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4.0L OHV & SOHC V6 Tech General discussion of 4.0L OHV and SOHC V6 Ford Ranger engines.

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So did u get the udp on , and if so did u notice the difference?
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what in god is udp....

and ever heard of a PM...
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yeah and he's got an OHV you have the SOHC.. gonna be different results i bet
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yeah and he's got an OHV you have the SOHC.. gonna be different results i bet
not really.....it still does the same thing to my truck as it did to his.....he will just see a better result than me....

yea i got it on......LOVE IT! smoother idle (just about as smooth as it can get), quicker revs, i have noticed about 200-300 rpms lower at highway speeds, and COOLER running engine......

it is worth every dime that it cost!
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