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2002 f-350 dually

got f-350 work truck dualley, whats sum cheap noticable mods,sum diy

startin over with a stock 2000 f250 crew cab 4x4 shortbox lariat w/288k miles
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Straight Pipe, foil delete? Those would be easy, with no real money lost.
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Straight Pipe, foil delete? Those would be easy, with no real money lost.
whats a foil delete and how do u do it, im allready strait piped, isnt there sumthing bout the rubber hose that goes 2 turbo and u plug it off

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One of the turbo pipes from the intercooler to the turbo ( driver side) has a heavy foil wrap with some heat shielding. Removal of that metallic wrap is the foil delete. Personally i think all it does is make the truck louder and there is absolutely no performance out of it. besides its supposed to keep the intake charge cool. Anyone do a pyro test to see if inlet temp went up after doing the foil delete.
My buddy did it to his dads truck over the weekend. Didnt get any faster but you can hear the turbo more. Other than that IMO the most worthless 2 hours spent with him doing it. At least we drank some good beer.
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10k mod...it cost $0.99 for a pack of 5 resistors from RadioShack


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10k mod...it cost $0.99 for a pack of 5 resistors from RadioShack
what dus it do and how do u do it

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Diesel Movies - I install a 10k resistor in the ICP sensor of a 2001 F250 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel.

Here's the link to the video on how to do it...its a cool, very cheap mod that does give noticable throttle response and power...more is felt with other resistors such as 5.6k and 3.3K


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Open up that air box with a diy tymar style filter. Probably wont feel any more power but it will breathe better

As far as the "rubber hose" it goes to the wastegate. This is what I think you are referring to and it does not give you any extra power. A buddy of mine dynoed his truck with it on and off and no gains were recorded.

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COOL THANKS EVERYONE IF U NO OF SUMTHING ELSE PLEASE POST IT THANKS

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