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Quickest & easiest is to take it to IH for a reflash/re-rate. Other than that, buy an extra oil temp sensor, and hook it to the wiring but dont thread it in the hole. Leave the original in the hole. It makes it think the oil is cold, and will advance the timing a smidge. You can also get a cam position sensor for the same year powerstroke. If you have the kash, DIYinjectors can make you some kustom higher flowing injectors. Price really isnt that bad.
your talking an electronic DT right? I believe diablo makes a programmer for them. if we're talking about a mechanical engine, PM me, depending on your injection pump I can tell you how to make her scoot
for us to program your engine to the next power level, it must be able to support that power. Meaning International will make sure the drive line is rated for the power level you want. Now the aftermarket i couldnt tell you
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Quite a few different makers of a performance module for them. Diablo, TS, Edge(I think), Hypermax, and maybe a couple others. There's a shop that I work with that will reflash your ECM, and rebuild and machine your injectors for higher flow to get you some bigger power gains. They say, they can easily get 350hp.
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