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Old 12-31-2012, 11:47 AM
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So my upgrades continue.
Just picked up a used TS 6-pos Chip (with some Tony Wildman tunes) for $150. I'll likely need to get it re-flashed, but still not a bad deal. Can't wait to get it installed in the spring.
I still need to get a baseline dyno, and the gauges put in (once I buy them that is..)
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Well I am not on here as much as I used to be, so i figured I would stop in and see what's up. I hope everyone is doing well and you all have a safe and happy new year!
Hey, Jeff. I know what you mean. I've barely had time to get here in the last month.

Nice truck, Drew. I don't recognize what it is from the pictures. Did you get the ecoboost? It looks a lot like Ryan's (08Compound's) truck inside.
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Hey, Jeff. I know what you mean. I've barely had time to get here in the last month.

Nice truck, Drew. I don't recognize what it is from the pictures. Did you get the ecoboost? It looks a lot like Ryan's (08Compound's) truck inside.
Thanks Gene, yea picked up a new ecoboost.
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I hope everyone was safe last night. I myself drank 3 bottles of Drambuie and am feeling it today...
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So my upgrades continue.
Just picked up a used TS 6-pos Chip (with some Tony Wildman tunes) for $150. I'll likely need to get it re-flashed, but still not a bad deal. Can't wait to get it installed in the spring.
I still need to get a baseline dyno, and the gauges put in (once I buy them that is..)
When your ready to get it reflashed let me know.
I wish my modded list was that small. Once I get mine running, shes getting 250/200s, duel stock pumps and fuel system, whole new front lowered to almost stock and the manifolds resealed but first I have to figure out where my gremlins hiding
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Will do Dan, shoot me a PM on how much that'll cost to do it.
I don't plan on updating the injectors (yet...) That'll be a couple years down the road.

Settings I'm looking to have flashed are:
No Start, Stock, Whisper/quiet mode (for drive thru's), Economy, Tow, and 1 play/power tune.

Just curious - can it be used to calibrate the Speedo to for the larger tires? I'd like to start getting a little more accurate speeds

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Save your money /slot on something else than whisper, I have seen one and in my opinion not worth it. Just my 2... And I have yet to find the gremlins in mine too, but I don't need the truck till spring/summer.
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Save your money /slot on something else than whisper, I have seen one and in my opinion not worth it. Just my 2... And I have yet to find the gremlins in mine too, but I don't need the truck till spring/summer.
Probably Right. I heard that the RiffRiff FRx along with the spring upgrade for the fuel pressure helps lower the cackle a bit too.
Gene - did you happen to notice this when you did yours?
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I have installed both on Mike's truck, and it was smoother (not much) but just as loud. Want less noise out of a 7.3 ain't gonna happen, add sound deading make it better inside but not once you roll down the windows...
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Probably Right. I heard that the RiffRiff FRx along with the spring upgrade for the fuel pressure helps lower the cackle a bit too.
Gene - did you happen to notice this when you did yours?
I do think it is a bit quieter with the FRX. The HPO crossover (from ITP) really smoothed the engine down. Unfortunately, I had to remove the HPO crossover because I have removed it so many times that it doesn't seal real well anymore.

Between the two, I think I like the oil crossover better. I will put one back on whan I can. It is kinda nice not having an oil leak in the valley pan.
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