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Old 08-27-2008, 05:26 PM
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Anymore mods?

I happen to find $200 laying around!!! Is there any mods I can get for that?? that would gain me some hp???
 
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Old 08-27-2008, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Farmboypowerstroke View Post
I happen to find $200 laying around!!! Is there any mods I can get for that?? that would gain me some hp???
Yeah, it's called the friendship mod. Send the $200 to me and I will be your friend.
 
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Old 08-27-2008, 05:32 PM
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I know you could give me the $200 so i can do some mods on my truck. Or you could save up for more expensive mods.
 
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Go fill up your tank.
 
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1999.5 Ford F-350. Reg cab 4x4
Built tranny torq converter tranny cooler
AFE stage 1 magnum force intake with torque booster tube Proguard 7 filter
dualexhaust5 inch tips
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coolant filter
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then put the rest in your fuel tank...
 
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Get a scangauge if you don't already have a diagnostic tool:

Scan Gauge
 
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Get a scangauge if you don't already have a diagnostic tool:

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how much for them???
these are 269.

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Originally Posted by ron's power stroke View Post
1999.5 Ford F-350. Reg cab 4x4
Built tranny torq converter tranny cooler
AFE stage 1 magnum force intake with torque booster tube Proguard 7 filter
dualexhaust5 inch tips
Foil Delete
ISSPRO gauges
10k
AIH
CCV
Zoodad
ITP Boost Fooler
Tony Wildman
Turbonetics BB Turbo
Rims
203 thermostat
coolant filter
to come

then put the rest in your fuel tank...



There i fixed it, i haven't updated my sig in a while, I got the coolant filter on
 
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Ron,

Aeroforce is where he gets them from. He's one of the dealers.
 
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Originally Posted by Farmboypowerstroke View Post
There i fixed it, i haven't updated my sig in a while, I got the coolant filter on
thats good...with the mod's you already got..the trans could use a filter to..

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Ron,

Aeroforce is where he gets them from. He's one of the dealers.
learn something new every day...thanks Rich...
 
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Old 08-27-2008, 06:46 PM
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Trans filter ???

I did a search about trans filters and the impression I got was that using one would (could) add unnecessary back pressure and interfere with a valve body and or a tuner.

I like the idea of running all the filters possible but if there's a conflict ?????
 
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you need to look around..

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=761




Our unit has a bypass valve in the housing as an added safety feature. This internal bypass valve in the housing is set at 25 psi to allow some fluid to bypass the filter should the filter become nominally dirty. In addition, if the filter becomes plugged, our unit will go into complete bypass mode and allow the full volume of fluid flow to bypass the filter and insure that your transmission always has returning fluid for lubrication. This full bypass condition will cause the overdrive light to flash due to high output pressure. This is a normal warning light. The PCM thinks that the transmission has a restriction somewhere in the fluid line and is letting the operator know.The higher pressure is caused from the resistance of the bypass valve spring. So, even though you have full fluid flow it is under higher pressure and the sensors that monitor line pressure in your transmission will detect the higher pressure. Simply change your filter and the light will go out. There is no risk of burning up a transmission from a dirty filter when you use our kit. With normal routine oil and filter changes and a properly operating transmission the full bypass mode will never occur.
 
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Old 08-27-2008, 06:53 PM
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Good point i want to no more about this. Never mind, Ron beat me to it


Originally Posted by Chuck U&R View Post
I did a search about trans filters and the impression I got was that using one would (could) add unnecessary back pressure and interfere with a valve body and or a tuner.

I like the idea of running all the filters possible but if there's a conflict ?????
 
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Old 08-28-2008, 06:08 AM
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So I'm good running your trans filter with an aftermarket valve body, cooler and DP Tuner ?

Trying to add some strength to that weak link.
 
 


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