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1995 7.3 powerstroke performence chip

Is a 95 with 140000 miles too old to add chip,if not can you suggest one

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The black smoke would suggest excess fuel. Has the truck been re-chipped? If it has, I would bring it back to stock since the 6L Powerstroke wont take kindly to such an upgrade without some heavy modifications. If it is stock, your problem could be in the ICM. You will need to take it to a dealer for the diagnosis because a reular automotive scanner wont be able to do it and the scanners specifically designed for diagnosing Powerstrokes are prohibitively expensive.

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Putting a r/v cam in sometimes will help a bit. An r/v cam will not really give you more HP, but will move the torque curve of your engine to a more usable rpm range. Believe it or not, most of the gain you will see isn't from the cam but is from changing the timing chain which in a high mile engine is likely worn. Most engines benefit from advancing the cam a few degrees (they actually sell kits for doing that) when installing. As a chain wears, it actually retards cam phasing.
Changing anything usually is a trade-off. Moving the rpm range of the cam will add low end response but will take away high end performance. If you do not generally run the engine up to 5,000 rpm, you may not notice that though.
Changing the intake, adding headers or adding a "performance chip" all have some benefits but never really give you the "advertised" increase. As far as those chips go, they generally work up around 4-5,000 rpm's and don't add much to everyday driving (read: worthless).
In reality, the most reliable way to restore lost power in a high mile engine is to do a total rebuild or find a compatible engine with lower miles. There is no "bolt on" cure for internal wear and though the Jeep engine is a tough reliable old bird, they do wear!

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What is the coolant temperature and how are you measuring it? You need an accurate temperature gauge (the truck doesn't have an accurate one).

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Not the turbo on it's last legs. Check the hoses that come off of your turbo that go into the intake. Fords are famous for the hose clamps that hold the hoses in place breaking or coming loose and the woosh sound you hear is the compressed air being forced out of the hose somewhere when the turbo spools up. When this occurs you probably don't have quite the pulling torque you should. You will notice quite a drop in performance. Check the hoses or rubber boot connections from your turbo.

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LOL. 70 horsepower? From a FUEL SAVER CHIP? Nope, you got jacked man.

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