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post #1 of 8 Old 04-01-2009, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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Does anybody sell or make a upgraded IDM for the 7.3s not just putting in a resistor? Something you could gain power from when you already have a modded truck. Or help the mods work better
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Correct me if I am wrong, but isnt that mainly how a modded IDM works?
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Yes...all your doing is increasing the volts from 90 or 110 to 140.
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thats why i never understood why a modded IDM cost soo much, cause they're only replacing one resistor



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Yes...all your doing is increasing the volts from 90 or 110 to 140.
90 or 110 or 120 to 140

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You usually pay for what a guy knows not what he does.
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Swamps does more then that to theres... Might look at there stuff...

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i am running swamps idm and im happy with it. They told me when i get a chip i will se alot more out of the idm.
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