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Old 09-09-2006, 10:03 PM
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Hey all,

My name is Skip and I am from the Jersey Shore near Sandy Hook. I purchased my first truck brand new this year and have loved every minute of it. So much so that my Mustang has only had 300 miles put on it since the new truck.

I have so many questions but donít know where to start. Not only is this truck a daily driver but it will snowplow, trailer boats of all sizes up to 35í and occasionally see time on the beach for work. If you havenít already noticed from the Mustang and S-10 I have a serious addiction to speed and power. So obviously, there are mods in the near future.

I am very interested in the Edge A2 controller with the Juice Platinum module but since reading so many different posts here I have been thinking that maybe a custom SCT would suit me better. I will also be looking into an exhaust but have to see what the local law allows and possible an intake.

Anyway, I look forward to the information contained in this website and appreciate you all allowing me to be a part of the group.

Skip
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Old 09-10-2006, 01:46 AM
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Welcome to the forum man!!!
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Welcome to Powerstroke.org Skip and congrats on the new rig!!
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Welcome Skip... I'm sure you'll get plenty of replies to the mod questions from several on this forum... Can't answer myself as mine is still bone stock but it's still a blast to drive ....

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WELCOME SKIP!!!!
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SOUNDS LIKE YOU GOT ALOT OF FUN AHEAD OF YA
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Thanks guys for the welcome!

This site is :censord: awesome!

OK Gotta go for now, too much information to read.

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Old 09-12-2006, 09:11 PM
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Just like they say in Jersey...

Git r dun!

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Time to modify

Moved post to HERE

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i think the mech. gauges are more accurate, rodslinger could tell you more, he was getting big differences between his analog and digi. gauges.
i think alum. exhaust will be fine, unless you live in a super corrosive area, save the money for other mods.
there is a good write up on k@n filters here , ill try to find it. k@n lets alot of dirt in, which is not good for the diesel engine.
im sure youll get a slew of opinions on chips, theres some good ones out there.

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