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Help 10K & 5.6K mods 2000 International T444E

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I may not have exact Powerstroke truck but very similar. My truck is a 2000 International 4700 flatbed frame with T444E engine currently rated at 175HP. I would like to bump this out to 210HP using all stock injector and turbo. Iím doing the 10K mod to the ICP sensor. I have a 10K pot with a fixed series 5.5K for a total of 15.5K if adjusted to the max and will minimum of 6.5K. At the moment and NO test drive yet, did not notice the loppy idle. Not sure if I have it correctly? I used the bottom hole and the right top hole of the female connector. My resistor is basically parallel to these two holes splice to the two wires.

My question is do I need to have it in series to the Signal line output? Or Parallel to the Signal line output and Return line? Currently I have it parallel. Does shimming the fuel regulator also add power to? I have NO budget at the moment to buy any of these piggy back system.

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I played around with this mod and used a 10k and 5.6k resistor.
Both would lope but the lower resistance would lope more! Also makes more power.
The 10k would lope when in park but not in drive.
also, neither would lope until the truck was warmed up.

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Do you remember how did you had it connected against the connector?

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Parallel like you have it.

If you unplug the connector and look at the pins with the single pin down, i had it between the bottom pin and the pin on the right.

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