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  1. AaronSEIA
    02-12-2014 08:25 PM - permalink
    AaronSEIA
    Wondering if you could shoot me an e-mail with your $12 AIC write up. Thanks,
    AaronSEIA
  2. Patrick Feeley
    10-28-2012 10:41 AM - permalink
    Patrick Feeley
    There are a few different versions of this mod floating around out there. If you would like me to send you a writeup and diagram on the version I used, PM me your email address. Cheers!
  3. Jones518
    10-28-2012 01:30 AM - permalink
    Jones518
    Just read your sig and saw "$12 AIC". Are there any write-ups on this? Maybe you could point me in the right direction. Thanks
  4. Patrick Feeley
    09-23-2012 06:54 PM - permalink
    Patrick Feeley
    George,

    The only thing I can find is the range of build dates listed in the TSB. If your truck's build date falls in that range there's a good chance your's is one of them. Cheers!
  5. PBJF250
    09-23-2012 12:13 PM - permalink
    PBJF250
    Hey Patrick, I have been surfing this website for awhile. i have a 96 7.3 and having some issues with a coolant leak above my oil cooler. I can get a mirror up above it and it looks like it may have a crack in the block. Looks like you have some knowledge about this from some of the posts I have read. Is there anyway of finding out if my block my fall into one that had this issue? Thanks for any help, George.
  6. Patrick Feeley
    08-30-2012 10:56 PM - permalink
    Patrick Feeley
    What's up! I haven't been to involved with the SD's, so I'm not real knowledgable on stuff like exhausts. I'm also not a fan of the K&N's on these big turbo diesels (too many reports of pulling dirt through on the OBS PSDs anyway... I prefer something like the Tymar intakes which use a big replaceable Donaldson filter. Best thing for mileage is keeping RPMs down around 2000 (tough to do if you've got 4.10 gears). Lots of good tuners out there, so you may want to talk to a couple directly about your particular setup. Tony Wildman @ Total Diesel Performance, Ryan Bean @ BDP, Jody @ DP Tuner, Bill Cohron @ Power Hungry Performance, Swamps Diesel Performance, and Matt @ Gearhead Performance come to mind. I'll have to confess I know nothing about the VW TD's (or TDI's). Later Dude! Cheers!
  7. Storman777
    08-30-2012 04:25 PM - permalink
    Storman777
    Hey Fats! Hows it going? I found an old pic of you when I was moving last time. It was a B&W from when I was a roving reporter at FHS that I had developed myself there at the FHS darkroom. What a trip, cant believe I still had it. Anyhow, hope you find yourself doing great. So, getting to a F250 7.3 1999 TD crewcab question... Want to do whatever I can to boost my mileage. Only have installed a K&N air filter which amazingly gave me about a 1.5mpg increase. Any ideas? a particular chip? a particular exhaust system? Also do you answer questions on VW TD (1.6 not a TDI) Only pulling down mid 30's and should be doing mid 40's on my mpg. Later Fats! Storm
  8. tmberghst
    08-27-2012 05:38 PM - permalink
    tmberghst
    Patrick its Don on the beach trying to get back to Nashville Tn,problem was the idm as you suggested.The local stealership wanted 900.00,and would not be here till tuesday.Right before the nasty weather hits.So have one being overnighted from swamps,who is only 40 miles from home base.Hope i am out of here by noon tomorrow.Thanks very much for responding to my post.If you are ever in my neck of the woods would be glad to show you the town. THANKS DON
  9. Harley Dude
    12-22-2011 08:28 PM - permalink
    Harley Dude
    Hello Patrick thank you for the reply, the fuel lines you described are what I was talking about, up by the fpr is easy, the other end looks skinny and elongated, looks like a quick disconnect fitting of some sort, did not notice the hex for a wrench, I hope so. then no special tools. Merry Christmas HD.
  10. Patrick Feeley
    07-07-2011 09:55 PM - permalink
    Patrick Feeley
    No problem! It's on its way. Cheers!

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