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Old 10-14-2009, 03:11 PM
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what else with studs/EGR

tryed searching but wasnt coming up with anything. ok so around spring time i wanted to stud my truck but i wanted to start slowly getting parts, who has the best EGR delete? Also, any suggestions for the oil cooler?

my plans were studs, egr delete, rebuild the turbo, rebuild/replace the oil cooler, and run innovative Extreme tuners. thoughts?

also, what rear ends do the SRW F350s have (2004), i need to get a detroit true trac soon cause im sick of the truck not hooking
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10.50 Sterling rear end. As for what else for your truck get a regulated return to help with your injectors so they are dead heading in the back.
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tryed searching but wasnt coming up with anything. ok so around spring time i wanted to stud my truck but i wanted to start slowly getting parts, who has the best EGR delete? Also, any suggestions for the oil cooler?

my plans were studs, egr delete, rebuild the turbo, rebuild/replace the oil cooler, and run innovative Extreme tuners. thoughts?

also, what rear ends do the SRW F350s have (2004), i need to get a detroit true trac soon cause im sick of the truck not hooking
We think our EGR delete kit is the best LOL see here First Coast Diesel Performance -Full EGR Delete Kit- Your Source For Powerstroke Performance

As for the oil cooler, as of RIGHT NOW, OEM is the best, when its combined with a EGR delete, they work pretty well. I will suggest adding a coolant filtration system, and maybe a oil bypass, this way you have clean coolant and clean oil, this will also prolong oil cooler life, injector life and extend oil change intervals.

IDP tunes are the best on the market IMO
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I'm getting ready to start collecting parts to do all of this too, who makes a coolant filtration system and Oil bypass and how much are they?
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is a coolant filter really that important? i always just changed it out regularly and had no problems, ill also prob go with the first coast kit since it was the one i wanted, ill prob order it in the spring tho so i dont have to worry about the core.

also, i just won an 03 turbo on Ebay!

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I've read the SCT fitting can leave you stranded.

Here's the new part.
(SCT) : International # 1879930C91
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