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Old 03-22-2010, 11:19 AM
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"Gotts" mod for the 09/10

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http://www.f150online.com/forums/art...-new-post.html

Here's the dyno sheet he's referring to:

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Impressive for a free mod... And this is Rear wheel HP. I wonder what the flywheel HP gains would be... close to 20? Any word on mileage gains?
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No official word on the mileage gains, but I'd be really surprised if it was even measureable.

One owner is claiming 1-2 MPG, but I think he's basing it on truck computer and not accounting for warmer weather.

I may do it just to be able to provide a justified MPG claim (up, down, or no change). I have detailed fuel usage and mileage records.

Please note (and I should have said this in the first post) that this gain is with a programmer (Gryphon) and custom tune (PHP). Doubtful you will see the same results without the programmer and tune.
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