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Old 06-29-2008, 10:37 AM
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Cold Air Intake

I have been told the 2 quickest ways to improve mileage (not including, driving like you pay for the fuel) are a programmer and a cold air intake. I am thinking of Edge Products Evolution Programmer but I am not sure about the intake. I would want something fairly easy to install, although it does not need to be bolt on
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Old 06-29-2008, 10:44 AM
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what year is your truck? I love mine AFE intake
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Old 06-29-2008, 10:47 AM
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ok i see your truck is a 2002, i wouldn't get the edge, i would go with Tony Wildman, or Dp tuner,myself i like Tony better because he offers free reburns and he is a great guy to deal with
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Fill out your sig with info bout your truck. Make, model, engine, year, mods, etc. etc. so we can better help answer your question


Might wanna have a mod move this for you into the appropriate section for year/engine of your truck.
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There my sig should have all the info. Not much on her, All Factory
Reading about the Edge it appears that you plug it in, program and unplug. Does this mean I can use it on more than 1 truck?

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Old 06-29-2008, 12:09 PM
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as for intake,

The D.I.Y intake is a the most popular because its the cheapest route, but if you dont want to do that,


S&B, or AFE would be your best bet.


PM Raul@Stealthautomotive. He's a vendor/sponsor here on the site, and carries both the S&B and the AFE.

He'lll take car of ya



As for the Edge, DONT GET IT!!!!!!!!! edge products are known for having destroyed many powerstroke tranny's. They have no transmission tuning.


Go with either a Tony Wildman(Total Diesel Performance) or Dp Tuner chip.


Raul sell the TW chips so he can set ya up with that too
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so in other words, get a hold of Raul, and your problems are over.













ps, how do you like your Meyers snow plow?
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I like the plow,
I don't like the bracket that stays on the truck. Leaves me with the ground clearance of a vette
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Old 06-29-2008, 12:50 PM
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I like the plow,
I don't like the bracket that stays on the truck. Leaves me with the ground clearance of a vette



yeah true, i take mine off in the spring
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