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I have a 1993 Ford Lightning and my old TPS went bad, when I bought my new one, the parts dealer said 0.92 volts is perfect, but I also saw in some magazines that 0.99 volts is desireable for best throttle response. Are any of these reccomendations correct and if not, what is correct?
Intercooled Vortech, Victor Jr. heads, roller cam, 62lb injectors, 2800 stall converter, Eaton Locker, Pickrel Headers and Exhaust, FMS Mass Air using SCT tuning software. Road trip and dragstrip ready!
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