Improving a Super Duty’s Drivability

Jason Fullenwider’s 2023 Ford F-350 dually is his latest Power Stroke, and she’s a beauty. Jason owns a painting company, so his truck doubles as a daily driver and work truck. He wants it to look good, and be capable. After doing some wheel, tire, and suspension upgrades, Jason realized that the dually really needed better throttle response. “I think this is Super-Duty number 5,” said Jason. “My last diesel was a 2015. I had done a lot of performance work and it had power to spare, but that was a single rear-wheel truck. It was a great truck, but I’ve wanted another dually for a while. When I saw this one I snagged it right up. It’s a big truck, has a 3″ BDS lift with FOX Shocks, dual steering stabilizers with FOX shocks on those too, and Hostile 20″ Diablo wheels wrapped with 37″ Nitto Ridge Grapplers. That’s a lot of tire to be pushing around. After the upgrades, there was so much lag.”

“I’ve put a Banks Ram-Air and Monster Exhaust on every truck that I’ve ever owned, so the Banks website is the first place that I visited to see what they had. The PedalMonster really had some great reviews, and the videos about it made sense. I called my local diesel shop and not only did they say that they installed a lot of PedalMonsters, but that they highly recommended them. Just pulling out of the parking lot I knew it was something different. The feeling of power was just crazy compared to the way that I was before. It was instant! I’m currently using my phone to control the PedalMonster, but when the Derringer is released (I put my name on the list on the website to be notified), I’ll be getting that and an iDash SuperGauge. I also plan to put on the Ram-Air Intake and Monster Exhaust, to continue my tradition.”