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Old 05-25-2009, 10:35 PM
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turning up the injector pump?

has anybody heard of this? or done it? im curious because im broke right now and want more power for free. if its true how is it done? and will it hurt anything? appriciate the help ford brothers
 
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Unless you have an IDI truck (early 94 and earlier) these trucks don't have any injection pumps. You can do some cheap exhaust mods (cutting out your muffler) and a 6637 filter until you get some funds up for a chip thats about it.
 
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You can also do the "10k mod" or its variants once you do the 6637 & muffler delete. It will give you a little more oomph on the cheap. Sort of like "turning up the injector pump"...
 
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Originally Posted by Izzy351 View Post
You can also do the "10k mod" or its variants once you do the 6637 & muffler delete. It will give you a little more oomph on the cheap. Sort of like "turning up the injector pump"...
IIRC the '10K Mod' is for high idle (inhibits carbon buildup and keeps the alternator output up during extended idle periods). You might be talking about the IDM mod...https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/7...-pictures.html
 
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The 10k mod is to trick your pcm into seeing lower than actual ICP numbers so it tries to raise ICP pressures.
 
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Originally Posted by brian42 View Post
IIRC the '10K Mod' is for high idle (inhibits carbon buildup and keeps the alternator output up during extended idle periods). You might be talking about the IDM mod...https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/7...-pictures.html
Like Paul said, the 10k mod is simply putting a 10k resistor in the ICP plug to trick it into seeing low injection pressures... so it ups the pressure to compensate. Early form of a DIY chip, lots of OBS guys do it but not many SD guys that I have seen. You gain very little, but its super cheap until you can get a good chip like DP Tuner, PHP, Wildman, etc.
 
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