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Old 03-09-2011, 12:58 PM
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ok well my truck just seems to have a good bit more power than a few of my friends trucks. as far as i know only stuff done to it is exhaust, chip, and intake. and my friends are pretty much compareable. but mine will leave theres. and mine is lifted. what else could be done that i dont know about. previous onwer said nothing about injectors or anything but who knows.
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Old 03-09-2011, 01:07 PM
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i dont have a 7.3 but im in the same situation... the next step is injectors and a turbo.
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well turbo looks just like any other early 99 turbo. so i dont think its got anything to do with the turbo.
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check for a pcm swap and the e99 has a better stock turbo wheel otherwise known as the wicked wheel. could also be a resistor stuck in your icp sensor lol
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well its def not a resistor. how do i tell if the pcm has been changed.
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check for a pcm swap and the e99 has a better stock turbo wheel otherwise known as the wicked wheel. could also be a resistor stuck in your icp sensor lol
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could be yours is just healthier. lots of guys run around with crap trucks and dont know it (i.e. the kid I had to point out to that he had a blown HG the other day )
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good point !
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could be yours is just healthier. lots of guys run around with crap trucks and dont know it (i.e. the kid I had to point out to that he had a blown HG the other day )
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