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Old 08-11-2009, 05:00 PM
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Need help on 03 add ons

Hey I have an 03 F250 with right now 61k miles, banks six gun with PDA, 4inch straight pipe turbo back, aem brute force intake, 6inch lift 22s and 37inch tires.

1. I don't have the stock intake and want to get rid of the Crap aem intake. Thinking about afe stage 2.

2. Want to do a egr delete... Any options?

3. I want to get a sctx3 or should o get the livewire from Elite Diesel
what are the pros and cons

4. Head studs, for when the heads go.

5. Banks techni cooler kit.... Good/bad ??

6 . Banks billet tq convertor

7. Should I do a turbo then injectors or what. And what injecotrs and what turbo???

Thanks everyone!
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start by getting rid of the 6 gun( your asking for problems) get your self an SCT by either River city, Innovative or cale there all great then get your self some head studs and a EGR delete. you wont need the intercooler untill after you have done Injectors and a turbo
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Old 08-11-2009, 06:18 PM
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When will the stock injectors fail me? Is the turbonetics torque master a good turbo)
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Hey I have an 03 F250 with right now 61k miles, banks six gun with PDA, 4inch straight pipe turbo back, aem brute force intake, 6inch lift 22s and 37inch tires.

1. I don't have the stock intake and want to get rid of the Crap aem intake. Thinking about afe stage 2.

2. Want to do a egr delete... Any options?

3. I want to get a sctx3 or should o get the livewire from Elite Diesel
what are the pros and cons

4. Head studs, for when the heads go.

5. Banks techni cooler kit.... Good/bad ??

6 . Banks billet tq convertor

7. Should I do a turbo then injectors or what. And what injecotrs and what turbo???

Thanks everyone!
1.) S&B offers the best bang for the buck and the most layers of filtration.

2.) We like our full EGR delete kit LOL

3.) X3 or livewire are both good items, IMO you would be better off getting the X3 and some analog gauges, and I like Innovative over Elite, once again JMO

4.) ARP's when them go

5.) banks Technicooler is great product, hands down the best on the market when it comes to fit and finish.

6.) there are much better options out there for TC other then banks and I would suggest upgrading unless you stocker is bad, with the proper tuning, the stocker holds up very well.

7.) injectors and turbo sizing really dpesnd son what you plan to do with the truck, will you be towing, if so, how much weight? Racing or daily driving?
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I would be towing probably on average 5000lbs for now unitll o get a closed car trailer. Would use it for some stop light to stoplight type stuff. I think I'm goig to go with innovatives x3, and i'm not looking for bang for the buck so much as I am all out quality and performance. Can I get a link to the best egr delete please
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I would be towing probably on average 5000lbs for now unitll o get a closed car trailer. Would use it for some stop light to stoplight type stuff. I think I'm goig to go with innovatives x3, and i'm not looking for bang for the buck so much as I am all out quality and performance. Can I get a link to the best egr delete please
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I would be towing probably on average 5000lbs for now unitll o get a closed car trailer. Would use it for some stop light to stoplight type stuff. I think I'm goig to go with innovatives x3, and i'm not looking for bang for the buck so much as I am all out quality and performance. Can I get a link to the best egr delete please
right on, here lately I have sold a good bit of 155's people love them, they flow more fuel then stock, they are very tunable and you can still tow heavy with them and they work great with a stock turbo.

don't get me wrong on the X3 its not just bang for the buck, its a quality item and performs great, the livewire isn't a fair comparison to the x3, they do two different things. As i said, i prefer the X3 and analog gauges over the livewire

here is a link to our full EGR delete kit : First Coast Diesel Performance -Full EGR Delete Kit- Your Source For Powerstroke Performance
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spot on, couldn't agree more


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1.) S&B offers the best bang for the buck and the most layers of filtration.

2.) We like our full EGR delete kit LOL

3.) X3 or livewire are both good items, IMO you would be better off getting the X3 and some analog gauges, and I like Innovative over Elite, once again JMO

4.) ARP's when them go

5.) banks Technicooler is great product, hands down the best on the market when it comes to fit and finish.

6.) there are much better options out there for TC other then banks and I would suggest upgrading unless you stocker is bad, with the proper tuning, the stocker holds up very well.

7.) injectors and turbo sizing really dpesnd son what you plan to do with the truck, will you be towing, if so, how much weight? Racing or daily driving?
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hey so im ordering my SCTX3 right now from innovative, it comes with custom tunes correct?
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