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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-29-2013, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone in Southern Maryland have a scanner I can use to run a buzz test on my '03 7.3?

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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-01-2013, 10:55 PM
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Youre best bets in MD for a quality shop are Maryland Diesel Performance near Bmore i believe, and Marty's up in Elkton. Both are great shops and a bunch of good guys to deal with (also venders on here)


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Took the liberty of ordering an autoenginuity total ford bundle...should be here in a day or so. Elkton is a 3 hour ride one way and Maryland diesel perf doesn't work on 7.3s. BTW...how do you like that 6 1/2 Procomp lift?
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Actually MSTR-P, MDP will and does work on 7.3's...unless they've quit recently, Eric was going to do some live tuning for me when I get home from deployment.

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Took the liberty of ordering an autoenginuity total ford bundle...should be here in a day or so. Elkton is a 3 hour ride one way and Maryland diesel perf doesn't work on 7.3s. BTW...how do you like that 6 1/2 Procomp lift?
Its not too bad, the springs are kinda stiff for my liking and my front has started sagging a bit, but for the price you cant really complain. When finances agree Im going to throw a all spring BDS 8" on, their springs are supposed to be a lot better and will last longer.


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If you're looking for a great riding long lasting spring call Icon...they have a warranty if their springs EVER sag they'll replace them free.

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Actually MSTR-P, MDP will and does work on 7.3's...unless they've quit recently, Eric was going to do some live tuning for me when I get home from deployment.

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Hmmm...that is something I will have to check in on. I had the understanding they were 6.0 and newer guys. Keep your head down out there and thanks for your service!

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Its not too bad, the springs are kinda stiff for my liking and my front has started sagging a bit, but for the price you cant really complain. When finances agree Im going to throw a all spring BDS 8" on, their springs are supposed to be a lot better and will last longer.
Yeah...the price is what intrigued me. I am building up an '03 7.3l and am not sure I want to spend too much. I don't drive it very often...probably 3-4k miles a year or so. How long have you had the lift installed?
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I have AE in edgewater.

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Had the lift on for about 4.5 years...its my daily driver so it gets used plenty (10ish K a year) but like what has been said Icon is where its at if money aint an issue

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