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  1. billyray09
    11-27-2010 09:49 PM - permalink
    billyray09
    2002 F-350 7.3 Liter......Need help.... sitting in driver seat- hearing loud high pitch noise that sounds like air noise. Only happens above 200rpms and stays constant until you back off gas and rpms drop. Can accelerate slow or normal and can run 65mph with no noise . The second you accelerate noise starts it sounds like it's coming between the radio glovebox at the firewall. Am guessing turbo but do have power just noise. Your thoughts please . Can also sit in park and rev to 3000 rpms with no noise at all. Only when you put a load on motor does it start. Blowing no smoke. Any suggestions. The noise has similar pitch as slipping belt but that's not the problem.
  2. big poppa
    08-30-2010 09:53 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    This message was mean't for my cousin, sorry. Just dropping in to say hello and hope the trucks running good, take care..
  3. corwin132
    03-22-2010 02:35 PM - permalink
    corwin132
    thats an 09 crew cab dodge that got ran over by a 450 JD trackhoe at work
  4. big poppa
    02-18-2010 05:49 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    Good deal, like I said, I had the WW and it worked for me, you'll be fine. Have a safe trip and Clay's good people, you see that, down to earth. Sorry to say this isn't the first time I seen threads closed, won't be the last either. Haven't seen it but when you start getting new young guys, no pun intended, should say young or old newbies with an attitude, threads are going to close. Those guys prolly got infractions or banned.. Take care
  5. gasgrunt88
    02-17-2010 06:38 PM - permalink
    gasgrunt88
    I love my XD .40. It's very smooth operating and my favorite part is the magazine holds 12 +1. I have the 4" compact model and it is slightly larger than I would like for concealed carry but it does the jon nonetheless. I'm looking to get a Glock 33 .357 Sig for concealed carry.
  6. big poppa
    02-16-2010 02:26 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    Hey Alex, that ported housing is going to allow your turbo to breath now, you will notice. Those sucking and different sounds your hearing, because of the chip now are going to be more pronounced. Just to make sure, post a thread about it, this way you get all the info and from different people to ease your mind. I have a 38R so I can suck enourmous amounts of air with no problem, kinda forgot how it was with my stocker. I do remember having the WW and that helped but lost some boost, a pound or two and I did notice it power wise, glad your getting the ported housing. Good luck...
  7. big poppa
    02-15-2010 11:57 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    Just remember, keep it in stock till the temps warm up, then switch to whatever tune. As far as economy, light exceleration and keeping it under 2000 rpms will yield you the most mileage. Around town start and stop driving will not be good even without a chip so after you get done playing, you'll see your mileage increases. Now that you have the chip, a real chip, you are prolly going to experiance turbo surge, thats bad on a turbo. Get yourself a Wicked Wheel or a ported compressor housing, housing is the best IMO, about 400.00. Just take it easy in those tunes higher than 80E, you don't want to be in those all the time, their for playin sometimes.
  8. big poppa
    02-14-2010 10:21 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    Sooo, how is it.????
  9. big poppa
    02-11-2010 11:06 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    You'll be good to go thats for sure. I have a habit of rushing things when I'm excited(wife can account to that, lol, no disrespect intended) but you'll be cool....
  10. big poppa
    02-11-2010 10:50 PM - permalink
    big poppa
    LOL, wait till you get it, people will look at you wierd when your driving because you won't be able to get that permagrin off your face... Just make sure you follow the directions to the tee, keys out and make sure to get all that rubber glue off the terminals, clean it good. Here's another tip, which I did, had everything prepped, PCM out and cleaned ready for the DP to arrive, watched UPS tracking..

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  • About '02strokerpilot
    Location
    Boise, Idaho
    Interests
    big into hunting and fishing, also into dirtbike racing
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
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    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    2002
    Current Mileage
    125,000 - 149,999
    Miles per year
    15,000 - 19,999
    Ride
    2002 Ford F-250
    Engine type and displacement
    7.3 Diesel
    Induction
    Turbo
    Major modifications
    4"straight pipe exhaust, K&N Filter, Super Chip 100hp, EGT Guage
    Tranny type
    Automatic
    Tires
    Street Radials
    Race weight
    7700
    Horsepower
    425
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  • Signature
    2002 F-250 PSD SC 4X4 SPORT PKG. LEATHER, BLACK, 6637 MOD,PETE'S COVER, DP-TUNER/F5, JW VB, 3" EXHAUST, AIH delete, 2" LEVEL KIT, 3" BLOCKS, 35" MT's IN-DASH TOUCH DVD/MP3, 23 GAL G.F. Tank

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