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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-05-2006, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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high performance CPS

I have been following a HUGE thread on the TDS site about the IH blue cps part number 1807339C92. I needed a spare anyway

I will install today and see what happens.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-09-2006, 01:22 AM
 
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I've got one on order. You're talking about the CPS for the DT466 right?
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So the cps from the 466 will work in our trucks.

WOW...learn sumtin new everyday. Thats seriously cool. Yep...let us know how it works out please.
post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-09-2006, 01:28 PM
 
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There's a lot of talk on the FTW sight about it. Most people said it made the engine run a lot smoother and save some fuel. Some said it took a little off on the top end but nobody complained about it. It didn't hurt any of the trucks at this point. I'm tired of replacing mine once a year and hope this one will last a little longer.
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Seems to be quieter and no noticable difference in performance. The Magnet is significannly stronger. I used the very scientific test called " how many paperclips will it pick up" test.

On performance since my truck weighs 11,500 a few extra ponies would be hard to notice. Some noted a difference in shifting with my 6 speed shifting is the same:roflmao:

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The threads about it in the 94-97 forums over there have come to the point that it is a stronger magnet it provides a slightly stronger signal to the computer at a slightly earlier time. It is advancing the timing ever so slightly. I've still got my new spare so I'm sticking with the original ones for the time being.

IMHO the differences can easily be attributed to it working correctly and any power difference is negated once you throw a chip/programmer on there.

If they last significantly longer then that's a whole different can of worms. but I can't really complain about mine.... kocks on wood... it's still the original @ 150k .... knocks on wood ... referencing all of the service records for the truck.

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That's great that its working for you. My original engine had 85K on it and went through 2 CPS. My current engine has around 26k but had to have it replaced before it left the garage. I'm putting this one in my truck and keep the one now as a back up.
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would this work good for a 97 i want to get one as a spare just in case mine goes bad

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There's a whole thread about 94s to 97s. Check with BJS above to get details on its location.
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hmm I've read through most of the thread and the consensus seems to be smoother power, mabye not as much but smoother, and quieter. I'm thinking of getting one even though I've only got 38k miles. I'd love it to be a bit smoother.

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