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    General Ford Diesel information

    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

    A wise man once said "google it"

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    [QUOTE=Bill@HPTuners;317630]Accepting PSD Calibrations [/QUOTe


    Hows the powerstroke program coming along? I havent read anything on it latley. Is their any chance of it having dpf removal?

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    I have a 2008 6.4 I can provide a read from.
    Chris T.

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    Should I upload every ford diesel I can get? i could get a lot tuned and untuned

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    I'm a Ford tech,I have both HPtuners and a VCM that can pull calibrations.
    What do you need and how do you want it?

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    I think we have plenty of 6.0L reads at this point. Diesel has been on the backburner here for a while, and I have been really busy getting the Ford gas vehicle support up to speed. Diesel is next. 7.3, 6.0, 6.4, and 6.7 support coming as soon as I can knock it out.
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    Are you going to be looking for some 6.4 and 6.7 reads? I can probably help if you do. Thank you for you hard work Eric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by superwagon View Post
    Are you going to be looking for some 6.4 and 6.7 reads? I can probably help if you do. Thank you for you hard work Eric!
    At some point in the near future, we will need people to test reading/writing. I'll keep this thread updated.
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    Eric,
    Aussie diesels as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugsy View Post
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    Aussie diesels as well?
    Possibly. Need to know what PCM they are using.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric@HPTuners View Post
    At some point in the near future, we will need people to test reading/writing. I'll keep this thread updated.
    Let me know when you need this! Ill be glad to help
    Joe ''House'' Kupferschmid
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    Thumbs up 02 f350 psd 7.3 stock with aftermarket cold air intake

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric@HPTuners View Post
    I think we have plenty of 6.0L reads at this point. Diesel has been on the backburner here for a while, and I have been really busy getting the Ford gas vehicle support up to speed. Diesel is next. 7.3, 6.0, 6.4, and 6.7 support coming as soon as I can knock it out.
    I can be a Guinea Pig

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    How is this coming along I have a 2013 f350 that I read and im looking at starting ti tune it but dont want ti fuck it up lol

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    EGR AND DPF deletes need to be put on. because you can change emissions on gas engines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zack723 View Post
    EGR AND DPF deletes need to be put on. because you can change emissions on gas engines.
    I agree.

    Some of us are running our truck OFF ROAD ONLY. and these options should be available for that, as they are for gas. Now i have not personally checked to see if it is available.

    But, if HP Tuners wants the buisiness from the guys using the plug and play SCT, Edge, and ETC tuners, which is about %80 of all Diesel Owners. they need to gather full support.

    And i must say, These guys have really gone far from what HP Tuners when i joined.. around 10 years ago! I recently sent a file, and INSTANTLY had it supported on the beta. flat amazing. had me purchase another HPT.

    Hoping to get my 05 FULLY supported..

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    H&Shit got hit with millions in fines...... I don't think it would be wise for hpt to go that route. There is a thing where you can use your own calibration edits but I haven't looked into it. I think I should but haven't had the inclination or time or the test subjects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zack723 View Post
    EGR AND DPF deletes need to be put on. because you can change emissions on gas engines.
    That will never happen. You will need to learn how to start with correct base files to achieve what you are after. Those of us who have them will not give them away either. This isn't charity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBD Diesel View Post
    That will never happen. You will need to learn how to start with correct base files to achieve what you are after. Those of us who have them will not give them away either. This isn't charity.

    I have attached a read file:

    2000 - Ford - Excursion - 7.3
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Is it possible for me to read and tune a 2002 f350 7.3 turbo automatic?? I don't have the truck yet...BUT have the most important mod already.. HP!!

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    No, cant be done. Not supporting 7.3. Those PCM's have the J3 port for chips.