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Old 10-30-2008, 10:59 AM
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help with guages??

In the near future I will be getting an 06 F250 6.0. I know all the mods that I am getting, just not the specific ones. I will be getting the three pillar guages. My question is which company has the best kit. Trying to spend the least amount of money I can but want them to be good. If yall have any oppinions can u tell company and exact kit. Thanks.

Also I will be getting a Xcal 3 with innovative additional extreme tunes. Somewhere I heard that they or some company had a package on the Xcal 3 with the innovative extreme tunes and a 3 guage kit. Any one heard of this and know if the guages are good and it good price? Thanks, and sorry for long question.
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raul at stealth automotive hell hook you up with a package deal
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if your looking for just the gauges first here is a link: Auto Meter Gauge Kits

if your looking for a package deal you can find it here: SCT X3 Custom Innovative Diesel Tunning/ Gauge Combo Kit

let me know if you have any questions

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Aight thanks. I will be calling yall sometime in the near future to get that. Also since were talking about mods.

I think the first thing I am getting is an exhaust. I heard that mbrp is one of the best? I went to their site to see what they had and it came up with way to many for me to choose. I want just straight pipe from turbo back. Any suggestions on what exact one (diameter, type of steel)??? Want to spend the least I can. Sorry for all the questions. This will be my first diesel and cant wait!!!! Thanks
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check out farmboydiesel hes a vender on here with awesome prices on budget exhausts
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Aight thanks. I will be calling yall sometime in the near future to get that. Also since were talking about mods.

I think the first thing I am getting is an exhaust. I heard that mbrp is one of the best? I went to their site to see what they had and it came up with way to many for me to choose. I want just straight pipe from turbo back. Any suggestions on what exact one (diameter, type of steel)??? Want to spend the least I can. Sorry for all the questions. This will be my first diesel and cant wait!!!! Thanks
if you live anywhere where they use road salt then you want somekind of stainless... if not dont bother and just get Al.

check out this link.. Exhaust Systems

you can get a kit from that link.. if you dont want a cat get the off-road edition and buy a muff delete pipe...

pm me if you have any more questions
-Raul
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