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Old 06-18-2012, 04:23 PM
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What did you pay for bulletproofing 6.0?

As the title states...I've heard everywhere from 4-12k...I cant see paying 12 k when I can buy a longblock for 7.5k...



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depends on what kind of bulletproof kit you are having done. i've never seen one over 12k though that seems too high. is the bulletproofing for head studs too or just the egr/oil cooler and stc fitting?
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My definition of bullet proofing is studs, all necessary gaskets, egr delete, machine work on the heads....I was quoted 4k for that...plus about 120 for the stc fitting and plugs

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I have a friend that paid 10,144 and some change for his....

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Did it myself for about 2500

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My definition of bullet proofing is studs, all necessary gaskets, egr delete, machine work on the heads....I was quoted 4k for that...plus about 120 for the stc fitting and plugs

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thats seems like a good price, heard anywhere from 4-5k for everything including machining
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Glad someones got that kind of change laying around




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personnally i've installed several they aren't too difficult to do. maybe the only part you couldn't do is recover the refrigerant if you get the air cooled oil cooler that mounts to the condenser. just by the kit and find a local mechanic thats done one before to do it for you. where about are you located?
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personnally i've installed several they aren't too difficult to do. maybe the only part you couldn't do is recover the refrigerant if you get the air cooled oil cooler that mounts to the condenser. just by the kit and find a local mechanic thats done one before to do it for you. where about are you located?
Mount olive nc...I don't mind traveling a little if it'll save me money. Rudy's quoted me 4500

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I should add that he had the egr delete done at a shop...and studs at the dealer...separate times...separate labor..

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