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Old 09-30-2010, 07:27 PM
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performance parts???

What is something i can get benificial for my truck for like $300 besides tuner costum tunes already getting that just have an extra 300 id like to get something that will help me out?
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Old 09-30-2010, 07:29 PM
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what about a coolant filter kit? Diesel site makes a good one...

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FICM tuning from PHP ($150) and do yourself a favor and get a coolant filter.
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$300 will get you an EGR delete if you do the labor yourself. But the coolant filter is an excellent idea as well.
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Coolant filter, FICM tune, and DieselSite intercooler boots.
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Sorry iam new to this but is this what your talking about? and what exactly does it help and how hard is it to do/install?
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http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=324
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Ya thats what they are talking about. It helps get the casting sand out of the block and helps keep the oil cooler from getting plugged with sand. Its really easy to install
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why did powerhoghp say intercooler boots? is there something wrong with the stock ones?
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why did powerhoghp say intercooler boots? is there something wrong with the stock ones?
Oil from the CCV puddles up on on the inside of the IC system. The stock boots will soak up the oil over time and cause them to rip or blow.
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