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Old 12-29-2009, 07:04 PM
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HP ratings..??

I just bought a early 99 since thge price was right, my last truck was a late 99, what are the HP ratings on both stock? boost stock? modded?

I had a Diable chip in the old truck with off/60/100 it was "ok"

I got a edge with this one, 60/80/100

I have it on the 80 tune right now, seems close to what the other truck was at 60 but hard to tell since this one is a CC Dually and other truck was ext cab f250 SB so this truck is alot heavier, I assume that comes to play..

Just curious how much less HP the early 99 has compared to late..??
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Both were rated at 235hp/500tq.
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Old 12-30-2009, 11:19 AM
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Both were rated at 235hp/500tq.
cool, so It is not any less power then the last truck I guess...
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Even when they are chipped they make the same hp. For some reason my early 99 made more power than some of the 7.3 with comparable mods done to them! I was surprised. It wasn't very much though
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My buddy that owns my 99.5 F250 and I raced a few weeks ago, we were both on 80 hp settings, and the trucks were dead even, he is lighter with 3:73, I am heavier with 4:10.... so I guess having a early 99 is not that big a deal!!
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Fullforce were you at Summit in Talmadge yesterday?
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My buddy that owns my 99.5 F250 and I raced a few weeks ago, we were both on 80 hp settings, and the trucks were dead even, he is lighter with 3:73, I am heavier with 4:10.... so I guess having a early 99 is not that big a deal!!
I think having an early 99 is and advantage because we have tough conecting rods
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Most 2000s have the forged rods as well...
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i would say that it feels like more because your truck being a early 99. it has the wicked wheel stock. i know my early 99 feels like it pulls really strong compared to some of the others ive rode in.
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Fullforce were you at Summit in Talmadge yesterday?
Just saw this, yes, I was getting valves for my boat engines...
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