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Parts for head gasket leak?

So I might have a possible heag gasket leak still diagnosing to be 100%

But for preperation since I'd like to do this over Xmas i need to order parts soon.

To start my old man can get me cost on all Ford parts...so gaskets and oil cooler.

I know to do the ARP head studs and stock gasket I believe?

Is the stock/updated oil cooler ok? A new one of course

What im wondering is what egr delete to go with? Sinister Diesel/MKM Customs? Im new to diesels and unfortunately if I do have a head gasket problem i dont really have time to research what parts are best etc.

Or should I do MKM's complete solution with upgraded oil cooler? for like $1500 or not upgraded cooler complete system for $1300?
Keeping in mind i get cost on OEM stuff is this cost effective way of doing it?

Any help and advice is extremely appreciated as im running out of time to order things. Also of course do reccomend other products/companys or any other way of doing things.

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Is it going to ba alright to replace the oil cooler with another factory one? Did they update the factory by now?
Or do i kneed to look at doing a different/aftermarket oil cooler? while im in there already
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we sell the updated oil coller
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Is that a factory updated or aftermarket?
Price?
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