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Old 05-29-2011, 07:34 PM
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05 ford f250 performance

hey everyone i have a 05 f250 6.0 diesel an im lookin on doing some upgrades on her. here in about 2 weeks it will have a 4 in exhaust from turbo back an soon i will be adding a afe full intake an a egr bypass on it an i keep reading on the 05s throw a code when you do a egr bypass an was askin what would be the best chip/programer to run on that truck that will also cancel out that thrown code? head studs an head gasket are soon as well... any help would be awesome thanks
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hey everyone i have a 05 f250 6.0 diesel an im lookin on doing some upgrades on her. here in about 2 weeks it will have a 4 in exhaust from turbo back an soon i will be adding a afe full intake an a egr bypass on it an i keep reading on the 05s throw a code when you do a egr bypass an was askin what would be the best chip/programer to run on that truck that will also cancel out that thrown code? head studs an head gasket are soon as well... any help would be awesome thanks

To start with the stock air intake on the 6.0 is about as good as they come good to 500HP and the best preogrammer to get is the SCT X3 from Matt at Gearhead or Innonation Diesel have them write the tunes you want the best way to go and it should clear the code, but i would get a good set of gauges something like the Edge Insight CTS to check temp spread on ECT-EOT max 15* a coolant filter to remove the casting sand and a fuel pressure gauge because under 45lbs at WOT may kill injectors, this is a start.
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IMO, gauges/monitor should be the first thing to do. You'll need a way to monitor the motor to look for any issues the truck may have (EOT-ECT delta, fuel psi,weak FICM, ect) before you spend all your money on performance parts. Make the truck reliable first, the '05s have there own set of issues that need to be addressed (STC fitting, dummy plugs, ect).
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the edge inside cts will that have all the gauges on it that i need to check everything?
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the edge inside cts will that have all the gauges on it that i need to check everything?
Yes-About the only gauge you will have to get is a fuel pressure gauge the CTS will do fuel pressure now but the cost of doing it is high. I have the Autometer elc. 0-100 on a column mount with the hose adapter works great.
This is what i got for the fuel pressure gauge, it goes into the test port, this is a cool set up gets the sender away from the heat and viberation of the motor.

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