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Old 03-29-2013, 09:44 AM
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Ok. Im a newb when it comes to all this. I see guys talking about this mod and that mod and I hate interupting the thread to ask "what is that?"

I saw a list of acronyms on here and what they mean, so lets do it with mods.

List the mod, then what its for, how it is done, then what engine its used on.

I'll start it off:

1. 6637 mod. Napa 6637 filter. DIY yourself intake for improved performance. Cut out the stock (or aftermarket box) add needed pipe and attach filter directly. Used for all motors.

2. Hutch mod. Allows the tank to hold more fuel. Done by shortening the filler lines inside the tank. Decreases time waiting on the foam to settle while filling the tank. I know for sure the 7.3 but not sure about others. Y'all fill me in.

3. Zoodad mod. Decreases the air restriction to the intake. Done by opening the intake in the grille to allow more airflow. All motors

Thats just to get it rolling. Y'all chime in!

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Figured I'd try again....
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IC-intercooler
ohc-overhead console (typically obs since the rest come with them in most cases
dp-down pipe

something like this?

idm mod- replacing a resistor in the idm to crank it to 140V instead of the typical 100, 110, and 120V
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This is too General a forum for your question. Here, in the 7.3 "General" forum, this same question recently came-up

Accronyms list?
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Door seal mod, to insert a some silicone tubing in the weatherstripping arounf the doors to help reduce wind/road noise.

6.4 ccv mod, Due to the 6.4's often sucking some oil through the ccv system and into your intercooler. this mod is used to re route the crank case ventilation so that instead of going back into your intake it is vented to the atmosphere or to a catch can.
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