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Old 12-21-2010, 02:03 PM
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badazz 6.0

hey guys just wanted to see what u guys thought of a 6.0 with twin turbos one being a 62mm feeding a s475 with a fully built motor compleate with conecting rods pstions cam lower compression (down to 16:1) 305cc hybrid injectors and a 6.4 head fireringed bolted down with 16mm head studs. Water meth injection and a suncoast tranny with everything billet that they make dana 80 rear end.:craz y:
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Would be a nice build but why the 6.4 head since its the same as the 06-07 6.0
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Sounds pretty wicked!! You buying it for me?
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Would be a nice build but why the 6.4 head since its the same as the 06-07 6.0
IIRC the 6.4 has a bigger head stud...
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Old 12-21-2010, 02:10 PM
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If they do it changed after job 2. The heads are the same as the 06-07 6.0s.

Head commonization was part of the change over
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No firerings. It's too difficult for them to be cut properly and they don't hold much better than stock gaskets.
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ya the 6.4 has the bigger head stud and josh at river city(hes doin the build) says that a 6.4 head has 12 lbs more mass to it hen a 6.0. he says its alot of power we are pushing and 6.0 heads crack and warp to easy as it is. even with studs or fireringing
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Sounds pretty wicked!! You buying it for me?
nope but u can have a ride in it i supose
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Be sure to have the valve seats hardened.
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Old 12-21-2010, 02:16 PM
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ya he said a whole bunch of things i cant remember hahaha. he knows that i want everything to be redone to hanndle the power. we are estimateing 850-1000 horsepower does that sound possible???
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