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Old 09-20-2009, 08:29 PM
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just gettin started need some advise

Hey ya'll , i got an 05 f-350 with a 4" silverline exhaust turbo back and the edge juice platinum with attitude with a 4" lift with 35" procomp extreme AT and i have some questions...
Is there anythin i can stack on this or what should i do to get more hp at a reasonable cost?!!!
I want to put a cold air intake in it what would be a good one i was thinkin the banks ram air but does anyone have any suggestions open for anythin...
Thanks!!
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Old 09-20-2009, 08:33 PM
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welcome, everyone on here is going to tell you to ditch the edge, its rough on the tranny.

you really should looking into an SCT with custom tunes

check out Innovative Diesel Performance

and as far as intake goes, the stock box flows plenty. put an aftermarket replacement filter in there and you will be good. banks is very very expensive. theres alot of better choices out there. but like i said the stock box flows real well
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I would update your STC fitting also ford came out with a new fitting again for the STC the 05 are known for the STC fittting.
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also consider the zoodad mod
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thanks for the help!!!! but is the sct an on the fly change or a programmer? i like how i can change the hp level while im driving cause for my job and hobbies i might just be driving my truck to the job site or around the farm but then i might have to hook up to a bumper pull or goose neck trailer with a mini excavator or our skid loader or tractor... so i like the option of being able to change the setting to tow from being either at drive level or just on millage level...
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then keep what you have. the sct isnt on the fly
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