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This thread has pretty much all the info you are looking for. http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=146873

I was not overly impressed with my 3.92s w/ 8spd compared to my '11 outdoorsmans w/ 3.92s at first. I have noticed an improvement over time as I now have 1700 miles on. Hopefully it continues to improve.
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Hmm subscribed to see some answers.

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How do i do that ? never heard of that before


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Seems weird. I'm actually very impressed with the power my 4.7 has. However I am running an intake, exhaust, and tuner... I've even chirped my 35" Toyo MT's a few times...

I wonder if something is up with your truck engine wise that's making it not perform. I would also try the throttle response calibration. If the first half of your pedal travel feels useless something seems off. I feel like I rarely go over half travel for everyday driving.... Turn your key to the run position, wait for all the lights and chimes to go off. Slowly depress the gas pedal all the way to the floor, and then slowly release it all the way up. Turn the key back off. Then start the truck. Most people do notice a significant increase in throttle response after doing that.
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Seems weird. I'm actually very impressed with the power my 4.7 has. However I am running an intake, exhaust, and tuner... I've even chirped my 35" Toyo MT's a few times...

I wonder if something is up with your truck engine wise that's making it not perform. I would also try the throttle response calibration. If the first half of your pedal travel feels useless something seems off. I feel like I rarely go over half travel for everyday driving.... Turn your key to the run position, wait for all the lights and chimes to go off. Slowly depress the gas pedal all the way to the floor, and then slowly release it all the way up. Turn the key back off. Then start the truck. Most people do notice a significant increase in throttle response after doing that.
Ill try it,the truck only has 2500 miles on it,even when i try to power brake it it just about lights them up,Its very odd..
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