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Old 01-21-2012, 02:34 PM
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My new e99 vs dads 99 and 2000

Okay so I know my cclb e99 with a 6inch lift is different from late 99 and up 7.3's like turbo,hpop and maybe more I don't know that much about the e99 but all i know is that my truck with a dp tuner with 80daily,140extreme,intake,5inch exhaust,boost fooler..seems to be so much quicker than my dads late 99 ext cab long bed and it has 4inch exhaust intake and dp 120hp race tune on a sct..and his 00 cclb with innovative tuned tuned sct with extreme race tune with about the same modds as his other one and there all 4wd..I hope I given enough info for your guys help. I'm just wondering why mine feels so much better than his if I have left something out that would help let me know!! Thanks guys!!


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yes this would be interesting, i am missing my 01 250, was beat up but was a great truck and seemed to have more pep with just a reprogram, 4in and cold air and over 200k on her, my early has 4in, cold air and 6position tdp chip n not 4x4 and just turned 76k.
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Given the 6" lift, I am going to assume it is due to lower gears compensating for the tires.

The early 99 has 120cc injectors vs 140, 15* HPOP vs 17* and a smaller turbo.
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Given the 6" lift, I am going to assume it is due to lower gears compensating for the tires.

The early 99 has 120cc injectors vs 140, 15* HPOP vs 17* and a smaller turbo.
I wasn't really thinking about the gears I guess I could check and see what it has in it!!!


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yes this would be interesting, i am missing my 01 250, was beat up but was a great truck and seemed to have more pep with just a reprogram, 4in and cold air and over 200k on her, my early has 4in, cold air and 6position tdp chip n not 4x4 and just turned 76k.
Yea I don't understand why mine seem to be quicker I guess I need to check my gearing and see what it has and also it has 33x12.50 r20 on it


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Old 01-31-2012, 10:06 PM
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Okay so yesterday I decided to take my dp tuner off my truck and It still seems to run very well and also seems to smoke a good bit for a truck with no chip so I was kinda wondering why that was i know my dads trucks on stock would think about smoking stock..I'm just wondering why it's doing that!!!


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Old 01-31-2012, 10:21 PM
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By chance maybe a set of sticks the previous owner put in it?


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By chance maybe a set of sticks the previous owner put in it?


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That what I was wondering I may try and get a video of it tomorrow and post up i took one of my buddy's that has a 6.0 to check on his truck while he is getting head studs done and he said my for a 7.3 this thing is really quick and one of the smokiest 7.3 he had seen...but idk


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If it smokes with out tuning it's obviously getting more fuel then needed so my first guess would be sticks


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If it smokes with out tuning it's obviously getting more fuel then needed so my first guess would be sticks


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Yea I was thinking the same cause i helped a buddy put stage 1's in his 97 and it smoked a bit with just injectors


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