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Old 01-21-2003, 11:39 PM
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Default Tow Rig Exhuast PS

Any owners of Ford PS trucks need to upgrade exhuast? Check this out...
http://cgiebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBa...tem=2400714664

I put Imco on my Dodge and love it, a friend put one on his PS and got a little better MPG then the Dodge.

Mid range on both engines was much better..

The system fit's Excursion's also..

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Good link:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=2400714664
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Thanks for the good link.
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Check out this link on the ATS exhaust.

A customer came to the office a few weeks ago and I saw this beautiful polished megaphone coming out from behind the passenger side rear wheel. He told me to go look at it a little closer, and WOW there was one on the other side as well. Dual exhaust for the Ford PS. It was a full four inch system all the way back from the turbo. Not only did it look great, but the sound was awesome as well.

Then he showed me a tiny toggle switch mounted on the side of the steering column. It controlled the three stage ATS chip. The first two stages you can still tow with and the third stage is hot rod only. He claims a 30% increase in full mileage, Yeah 30%.

He gave me a chance to drive it and all I can say is I have to save up $2000 for this kit soon. Stage 1 is a little better than stock, stage 2 is WOW and stage 3 is a tire burner. I did notice a little
smoke out of the exhaust on stage 3. He paid $2000.00 total for everything with tax installed from a local dealer.

He claims the dealer has an F-350 4-door dually, 4x4 that he has running the quarter mile just over 13 seconds in stage 3 with this complete kit.

The website really does not do the exhaust justice. It really looks GREAT.

http://www.atsturbo.com/products/pro...il.php3?prod=4
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Doc- I'm not a diesel expert but I think dual 4" exhaust lets out the exhaust too fast to help performance. I wonder what his boost guage shows after adding exhaust like that?
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The diesels love big exhuast. It's needed to lower EGT's from the Turbo.
Many companies are comming out with 5" after the Down pipe from the turbo.
It's a must have if you add any performance products along with a Pyrometer.
Getting ready to install a Blue Chip Fuel Management system on my Cummins.
www.bluechipdiesel.com

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