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Old 12-10-2010, 07:14 PM
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going under the knife next week!!!!!

finally my 06 6.0 is going in for head studs-gaskets, egr delete, oil cooler, banjo bolts and fuel spring, sct livewire with custom tuning and a 4 inch mbrp turbo back exhaust, and some kind of a coupler that i guess is a major problem on these trucks, i am so excited to get that thing back just in time to wake the neighbors up on christmas morning, thanks hallas performance
next is proly and airdog 2, coolant filter, bypass oil filter, edge insight,
after that a 4 inch lift with 35s
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Old 12-10-2010, 07:25 PM
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I just got mine back from the shop....had the studs the egr and oil cooler. I have th mbrp 4in straight pipe and the 3.5 down pipe. Very LOUD sounds like a fighter jet. I have the tunes from Eric at Innovative. BAD ASSSS let me tell you. The new tune with this has woke it up. You will love it..
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or you could just do it yourself, learn a ****load and save a ton of money... Come on man get you hands dirty. I installed a 4" Magnaflow on my 2004 F-350 CC/LB and it is so awesome starting it up for the first time afterwards knowing that you did all the work to achieve this bad *** truck... EGR delete and oil cooler are my next projects... then studs and SCT x3
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or you could just do it yourself, learn a ****load and save a ton of money... Come on man get you hands dirty. I installed a 4" Magnaflow on my 2004 F-350 CC/LB and it is so awesome starting it up for the first time afterwards knowing that you did all the work to achieve this bad *** truck... EGR delete and oil cooler are my next projects... then studs and SCT x3

Maybe he's like some of us who really don't have the time to either A) do all the work yourself because of your profession; or B) to have your truck down for an extended period of time trying to figure out how to get the heads off and then back on.

Installing a 4" TBE is easy and takes about 4 hours if it's your first time doing it and you have the right equipment.
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Old 01-01-2011, 07:05 AM
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haha calm down... If you dont have the time and you have excess money. then go ahead and pay for all that labor. Everyone can do their stuff their own way
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finally my 06 6.0 is going in for head studs-gaskets, egr delete, oil cooler, banjo bolts and fuel spring, sct livewire with custom tuning and a 4 inch mbrp turbo back exhaust, and some kind of a coupler that i guess is a major problem on these trucks, i am so excited to get that thing back just in time to wake the neighbors up on christmas morning, thanks hallas performance
next is proly and airdog 2, coolant filter, bypass oil filter, edge insight,
after that a 4 inch lift with 35s
Good to hear!!!! You truck is will be a joy
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Old 01-02-2011, 08:39 AM
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i gotta go with task force freddy no time i work min 11 hr days 6 days a week, if im lucky, but i actually get the truck back tomorow and im like a kid on christmas morning cant wait, i have no doubt i could have done the project myself but hallas is a very good freind of mine so why not have one of the best diesel techs in the country do it
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