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  1. Yes. I did it awhile ago actually. It does make a difference. Installed a 10k potentiometer and run it at about 6k.
  2. Bought a Mack reman eecu and the dealer can't flash from my old eecu to the new one. They tried module to module and downloading from Mack. They have no idea as to why it won't program. So, I now have an $1100 useless metal brick. Any ideas as to why this is happening? An issue between the datalink, vecu, and the eecu?
  3. Thank you. I'll try the relay as well. And just say no to scotch lock. Lol
  4. Bummer. I'm still going to add the new ground to number 35 on the plug just to see but I won't be surprised if it doesn't work. Thank you!
  5. 2000 cx613 Not only do I have the common problem of losing all of my gauges; I also lose data to my J link. No rhyme or reason. Cold or hot. Sitting still. I've replaced the cluster and the power wiring harness to no avail. Any ideas? I've read the service bulletin about adding a new ground wire to the plug on the instrument cluster but will that also solve the data port problem as well?
  6. Would this problem also cause a loss of data on the j link? I lose all information on the dash and the data port.
  7. I know it's been a couple of years but I have the same problem on a 2000 E7-460. Runs perfect at startup but after warm up and driving it has a misfire at idle and pops smoke. No smoke when driving other than when grabbing gears. Cx613 last 8 of vin yw005685 if you wouldn't mind looking to see if it's been updated? Greatly appreciate it!
  8. The guy doing 612 is on a 427. I know it made mine a completely different truck. I've been told that the 427 program would make my 460 pull better.
  9. Anyone ever try fooling the IAT sensor with a resistor to trick the ecu into thinking it's really cold to increase fuel output from the eup's? Magnum Tuning claims 15%increase in power with their tuner and that's all that it does. It installs between the sensor and the ecu tricking it into thinking the intake air temperature is colder than what it is. I understand the theory of why that would increase fuel output but was wondering if anyone has tried it. 2000 cx613 460 w/ 096 nozzles and 171702 turbo. Currently at 464 rwhp
  10. Anyone ever try fooling the IAT sensor with a resistor to trick the ecu into thinking it's really cold to increase fuel output from the eup's? Magnum Tuning claims 15%increase in power with their tuner and that's all that it does. It installs between the sensor and the ecu tricking it into thinking the intake air temperature is colder than what it is. I understand the theory of why that would increase fuel output but was wondering if anyone has tried it. 2000 cx613 460 w/ 096 nozzles and 171702 turbo. Currently at 464 rwhp
  11. So; i realize this is an old thread as well, but I have a 2000 460 that I had Antirm Diesel crank up. 096 tipped injectors and a 171702 turbo. She's putting 464 to the ground and that's anemic when compared to what others are getting out of their etech. I've seen 612 rwhp on their Dyno. Rochester Diesel claims there is a guy in NJ doing over 700. This all being said; it isn't cheap but you can definitely make your 98-01 E-7 bark.
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