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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-16-2007, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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Next Step

I have been doing some "research" on my next upgrade (injectors,bigoil,fuel systems,etc.) What do you think the next logical step is for me, I want more power,but I have PMR's:supergay: Thanx for the help!

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-16-2007, 11:26 PM
 
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Re: Next Step

Big Oil, then a turbo
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everyone seems to be very happy with oil, i would do big oil. i will be putting my pump on hopefully soon.

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Re: Next Step

do i need a re-burn for the big oil??? sorry for all the questions

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No, you can run most big oil systems without a reburn. I ran my Terminator for several months before I got around to having Jody send me bigoil Tunes. I had no issues other than a WAY better driving truck

To get the most out of the hard earned money your spent, you SHOULD get the chip reburned to take advantage of the additional ICP that is available. Tell your tuner you have PMR's and they should burn ya tunes that will keep your truck safe and the oil in the pan.
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Re: Next Step

Darren, I did the turbo first because I had to - blew the seals. I have HPOS. Jody and Joey both recommend a reburn for the big oil.

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Bogger and I are putting my TE in Sat, I'll still be running my 80,120,140 jodys till I get them reburn for big oil next week, we'll see how it runs.

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Joe, I spoke to Jody today. Do NOT run your current tunes with your Terminator, Jody's words not mine. Jody strongly advises not to run standard tunes with any Big Oil system on a PMR engine.

Just pull the chip and run it stock until you get new tunes. It will run perfect without a chip.
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I was just gonna say that ^^

I can vouch that it will run great without a chip. It would be a good idea to take it out until you have it reburned, just so you're not tempted ya know
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I hear ya, chip is coming out. I heard Jody's gonna be in Colorado this weekened, know when he's going back home? This stinks no rompin this weekened

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