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post #1 of 5 Old 06-06-2010, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
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I need an IDM

any year 7.3 OBS or SD. ASAP. thanks Russ

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Got one from Auto Computer Exchange. I upgraded to a 120 volt one for and extra $25. Cost me $275 shipped to my door plus my old one for a core. I'm back on the road again.

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120 volt? please explain that one

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Basically, the IDM mod allows the injectors to open faster and stay open longer. Thus more fuel is allowed to enter the combustion chamber. OBS trucks use a 100 volt IDM, 99-01 use 110 volt, and 01 to 03 use 120 volt IDM . The higher voltage smooths out the idle, improves start up, and give better throttle response. Might make a little more power, but I haven't really noticed any yet.

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ok easy enough concept. one of those little mods that helps out in the long run

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