2000 f350 7.3l - Diesel Truck Forum - TheDieselGarage.com
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2000 f350 7.3l

I have already chipped my truck and I have good air intake and exhaust. But I am trying to figure out how I can get faster for not alot of money. From 0-45 the truck is great and super fast! But from 45-75 I dont have the same power. How can I get more power in the higher gears?
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For not a lot of money...not much. One thing you can do is bypass the map sensor so you won't defuel after 25 lbs. of boost. There are several vendors on this site that have them. I'd start saving for Big Oil and a new turbo and the list goes on from there. Enjoy! You officially have the 'Go Fast' disease.

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