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#6 or #9 ? If I'm not mistaken #6 is stock I have read mixed reviews about moving up to the #9 looking for input if it's worth doing or makes any difference good or bad
 

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Resistors range from 1-9
1 being the least amount of change and 9 being the most.
9 is the prefered resistor by most. Some only use a number 5.
The resistor only makes a minuscule change to the fuel map.
 

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Ok..thanks... good info
 
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If only they made one that went to 11.
 

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If only they made one that went to 11.
IIRC, Back in the day, Kennedy experimented with higher values and went to as high as an 11 and found the PCM didn't like the Ohms in the values above 9
 

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If only they made one that went to 11.
How about 100? LOL!!!

Not everything that is more means good.

Back to answering question, IMO, as long as something 5 to 9 is there, the truck will be fine.
Any performance gain from a 5 to a 9 is not noticeable.
DON'T OVERTHINK IT !!!
 

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Just in case there are people that don't know the 11 joke..... I forget I'm old now.


I'm sure there are plenty of video clips of that scene and Nigel explaining to Marty why 11 is better.
 
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