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Old 05-26-2012, 04:18 PM
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2007 F-250 Outlaw, Upgrade time, Help please

Hey,

Coolant reservoir is starting to puke coolant. Got some questions.

I have a SCT tuner and S&B 75-5032 Cold Air Intake Kit.

Parts for upgrade? or buy a 6.7L lol:

1) ARP head studs and Ford gaskets.
2) Bulletproofdiesel Fully Bullet Proof 6.0L: Oil Cooler System and Bullet Proof EGR Product, Ford 6.0L Diesel, Cold Weather Package Square EGR cooler
3) Exhaust? Who's? MBRP or whose? , want a fairly quiet exhaust system
MBRP Exhaust Part # S6212409???

XP Series; Turbo Back Single Side Exit Exhaust System; T409 Stainless Steel; Off Road; Inc. Muffler/Tailpipe/Exhaust Tip;

4) Replace turbo while I'm at it? Garrett Turbo for Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Diesel, GT3788VA, Stage 1, Non-Ball Bearing, High-Performance, Get from Tousely or Bulletproof or who?

Bulletproof has a bunch of other items they suggest? Do I need to replace any of this?What all do I need to do?
Billet water pump?
6.0L Intercooler Tube, Metal Construction, Ford 6.0L Diesel?
Turbo Oil Feed Tube, Ford 6.0L Diesel?
Fuel Pressure Regulator Kit, Upgraded Spring, Ford 6.0L?

What do I really need or not need?

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Studs and the BPD setup with new standpipes and dummy plugs, STC fitting too while its all apart.

Id keep the stock turbo for now with stock sticks.

Banks is far and away the quietest exhaust on the market, the muffler is HUGE.

Jason
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well depending on where your at the egr cooler part is not a must, i deleted mine its alot cheaper and less to worry about. arp head studs is a must, the bpd oil cooler is not needed but a good measure, i plan on getting one soon, as far as exhaust there is no straight pipe exhaust that i know of that will keep the turbo quiet, i have the aluminized mbrp tb straight pipe with no tip and all i did was sprayed it with a flat black rustoleum to keep it from rusting. turbos, the powermax is gona sound like the 03 turbos
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Studs and the BPD setup with new standpipes and dummy plugs, STC fitting too while its all apart.

Id keep the stock turbo for now with stock sticks.

Banks is far and away the quietest exhaust on the market, the muffler is HUGE.

Jason
Buy Stand Pipes and Dummy Plugs Set, Ford 6.0L Diesel 152.89

STC fitting is?

Looks nice, Banks P/N is 48785???

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I have a powermax turbo if your interested pm me
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the stc fitting from bpd is part number 6000034 and its 60
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the stc fitting from bpd is part number 6000034 and its 60
High Pressure Oil Pump (HPOP) Pressure Fitting Upgrade Kit, 2005-2007 comes up when I entered the P/N. Thanks

ODAWG714, If I decide to replace stock turbo, I'll PM you. I'm still seeing how much I want to spend or have to spend. lol Thanks
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as far as exhaust there is no straight pipe exhaust that i know of that will keep the turbo quiet
I believe what the OP was referring to was a straight through muffler exhaust system. I had a magnaflow 4in down pipe to a 5in exhaust with a straight through muffler to a 6in tip. It was a VERY nice sounding exhaust and was nice and quiet. However, I do think if one had either a powermax or an 03 turbo, you would still hear the whistle. JMO.
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I believe what the OP was referring to was a straight through muffler exhaust system. I had a magnaflow 4in down pipe to a 5in exhaust with a straight through muffler to a 6in tip. It was a VERY nice sounding exhaust and was nice and quiet. However, I do think if one had either a powermax or an 03 turbo, you would still hear the whistle. JMO.
I would like to hear the turbo somewhat, but I don't want a droning sound at cruising speeds.

We don't have inspections in GA, so I don't need a catalytic converter. I was thinking a turbo back exhaust with muffler and a 4 or 5 inch tip.
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