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  1. For sure atleast for me, setting the iac properly makes my engine fire off immediately. Previously I had to crack my throttle like a traditional carb to get it to fire up. It might raise your idle some, I have a really aggressive cam so mine idles between 850 and 1k with the iac set properly. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  2. Thats some really cool equipment to come across! Yeah the jets were definitely out during the weekdays but only did a couple runs on the weekend. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  3. If you have a way to monitor aic while running. Once up to 160 plus degrees, it should be between 0 and 10 percent. This is adjusted by the idle adjustment screw, then the aic will accommodate accordingly. What you'll want to do is adjust let it run for 30 sec or a min, since its self tuning. Then adjust again until you get it dialed in. Hopefully this helps you out Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  4. We went out to deception pass state park. Holy crap I don't think I've even seen so many spots filled this early in the year. It was all full. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  5. Also once warmed up (above 160F) whats your aic at? I had a problem with my truck before I tuned for that. I have the 650 sniper, I do not run controlled timing just vacuum advance. Be we would also had trouble starting before I adjusted this once warmed up. It would just crank until I cracked the throttle. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  6. By flood, do you mean like a slow crank? Or like it cranks a while before it starts? My truck will sometimes start slow when hot, but I'm pretty sure I need to replace the battery, as it now needs to be jumped to start... Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  7. I think I suck at wording. It has a factory 2 piece and I'm debating swapping over to 1 piece Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  8. So my 01 2500 5 speed 4wd, has a what were 99 percent positive is driveshaft vibration. I'm trying to decide between rebuilding my 2 piece or swapping to 1 piece. What would you guys reccomend, Rebuild 2 piece? Or new one piece? Thanks, Joel Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  9. I prefer the folding style, they also double as substantial storage. The frame or box made under being great for storage. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  10. I wonder if you could do a thicker implement paint then, or bedliner maybe ? Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  11. I would reccomend some sort of gel coat. I tried auto paint on some fiberglass. Not durable at all Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  12. I swear one time... I will not be on vacation... Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  13. Thats a super clean truck!!! I really want to ceramic coat/better 3m protection our truck. The dually fenders are already have a couple chips. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  14. Thats a sweet truck!! It will be a great father son project!! Time for a built auto though. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
  15. My 01 has a edge with attitude. Came with it, its good for a little power increase. Mine stays on 5 regardless of what I'm doing. I know on the newer trucks people are happy with smarty mm3 or ez link. If you move to these then you have to figure out who you want for tuner. Certain companies offer their tunes on these platforms. Sent from my SM-G715A using Tapatalk
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