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Old 11-03-2011, 08:20 AM
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WTB: 6.0 performance parts

I just got a 2007 F250 Crew Cab Short Box 6.0 with 45,000 miles on it.
It already has the Banks intercooler, intake and Banks air filter kit on it. I would like to find a 4" stainless dual exhaust and a programmer for it. I will mostly use this truck for towing heavy loads and of course to blow some soot and have fun. If anyone has anything they would like to sell reasonably priced please let me know. Thanks
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I just got a 2007 F250 Crew Cab Short Box 6.0 with 45,000 miles on it.
It already has the Banks intercooler, intake and Banks air filter kit on it. I would like to find a 4" stainless dual exhaust and a programmer for it. I will mostly use this truck for towing heavy loads and of course to blow some soot and have fun. If anyone has anything they would like to sell reasonably priced please let me know. Thanks
That's the reason people hate diesel owners so much.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:23 AM
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I've only been a member of this site for a little under two weeks. When are you people going to realize that there is always going to be someone that wants to roll smoke everywhere they go or do something that you may not agree with? Quit making a big deal about it and press on with your life instead of pointing out that yet another person wants to blow black clouds. All your doing is making a comment about something you don't agree with and blowing it up way bigger than it should be.
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Because that's the reason diesels get a bad rap. The point we like to get across here is, go ahead and build your truck up...have fun, but its way cooler to go blow the doors off a mustang or a whatever with a well tuned truck that will clear up the smoke vs, hammering on it from every stop, leaving a gigantic cloud of smoke. And going 8 miles an hour. It's just ignorant, and why its getting harder and more expensive to tune these trucks.

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Old 11-03-2011, 09:30 AM
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I'm not looking to blow a ton of black smoke (waste of money). I am just looking to find a nice set up for my new truck that will fit my needs, mostly heavy towing. Of course it is always fun to have a little extra power!
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Because we as a community, realize the damage it does when new guys like you, and the OP, want to "roll smoke". It gives the entire Diesel community and its owners a bad name and bad image. Stick around a little longer than two weeks, educate yourself a little more with the wealth of information on this, as well as other sites. One day you will understand.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:33 AM
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Because that's the reason diesels get a bad rap. The point we like to get across here is, go ahead and build your truck up...have fun, but its way cooler to go blow the doors off a mustang or a whatever with a well tuned truck that will clear up the smoke vs, hammering on it from every stop, leaving a gigantic cloud of smoke. And going 8 miles an hour. It's just ignorant, and why its getting harder and more expensive to tune these trucks.

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I don't want to blow clouds of smoke everywhere I go. I want something that will GO!!! I guess I just figured that if I make is "go" that it will blow some smoke. Guess I am wrong.
Also, this is my first diesel and I am not that familiar with tuning.
No, I am not an idiot. I have been around trucks and cars all my life, just new to the whole diesel upgrade thing.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:35 AM
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Because that's the reason diesels get a bad rap. The point we like to get across here is, go ahead and build your truck up...have fun, but its way cooler to go blow the doors off a mustang or a whatever with a well tuned truck that will clear up the smoke vs, hammering on it from every stop, leaving a gigantic cloud of smoke. And going 8 miles an hour. It's just ignorant, and why its getting harder and more expensive to tune these trucks.

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I understand that man. And I don't mean any disrespect to anyone, it's just everytime I see a thread that mentions rolling smoke, people resort to becoming a virtual tough guy and making smart *** cartoon face things and announcing that "we got another one". Well no kidding. That's never going to change. Inform the OP, don't take turns making immature comments.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:47 AM
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I've only been a member of this site for a little under two weeks. When are you people going to realize that there is always going to be someone that wants to roll smoke everywhere they go or do something that you may not agree with? Quit making a big deal about it and press on with your life instead of pointing out that yet another person wants to blow black clouds. All your doing is making a comment about something you don't agree with and blowing it up way bigger than it should be.
Thanks! I am definately not trying to be like some of those idiots that are inconsiderate to others. I am not trying to make a bad name for diesel owners, just want to have fun with it.
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