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Old 12-04-2007, 08:36 PM
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New Stock Truck.. Need help???

I just purchased a 00' 7.3 and it all stock. What can I do to improve gas milage, horse power and torque with out spending very little or no money at all??? So I guess I'm asking about cheap performance options??? Any help?
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Look at the mod information on here, Zoodad, 10k wicked wheel foil delete or check dfuser for there 18k mod. Hope this helps. Diy intake and free flow exhaust from one of the vendors on here, or straight pipe your stock exhaust.
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Look at the mod information on here, Zoodad, 10k wicked wheel foil delete or check dfuser for there 18k mod. Hope this helps. Diy intake and free flow exhaust from one of the vendors on here, or straight pipe your stock exhaust.
how does one check Dfuser?
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One of the most cost efficient and basic ways to start on the road to cheap performance is either locating or fabricating a cold-air induction system. There are many reasonably priced cold-air systems you can buy. Fabricating a system is just as easy. You can usually go down to either your local hardware store, or auto parts store to find some material. Get yourself a K&N air filter, and make sure you can make some sort of ports for your temp. sensor and MAF sensor. The idea is to keep the air filter away from any heat sources and locate it near where it can pick up cool air. Check out some of the pictures in the videos and gallery. I've seen many people on this forum that have built their own. The next step after that is to find a reasonable exhaust system. They're out there!
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