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Old 06-25-2014, 02:38 PM
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looking for tne right clutch

I have an '03 6.0. I just had the ARP head studs, Black Diamond head gaskets, EGR delete and a 5" straight through exhaust upgrades done. I plan on a K&N or Airaid intake. I'd like to know how many horse power I gain, if any, with these upgrades to get the proper clutch. Any help with this would be great.
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HP gain with those mods, maybe 10-15hp if your lucky.


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Thanks for the help!
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out of curiosity, how much boost psi does the 6.0 have
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Are you sticking with the stock tune/programming? If so, then a SB 1950-60DFK will be more than enough.
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thinking maybe a SCT programmer. I was told by the folks at S.B. I don't want to over clutch. where's the happy spot between my few upgrades and with all the choices of a programmer?
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Old 06-26-2014, 06:31 PM
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thinking maybe a SCT programmer. I was told by the folks at S.B. I don't want to over clutch. where's the happy spot between my few upgrades and with all the choices of a programmer?
It all depends on how much horsepower you want to end up with.

Here's what Southbend has to offer:
1950-60OKHD - Stock hp & torque heavy duty solid flywheel replacement
1950-60DFK - 400 hp, 800 ft. lbs. of torque for 6.0
1950-60CBK - 475 hp, 1000 ft. lbs. of torque for 6.0
SFDD3250-60 - 500-700 hp, street dual disc, NOT FOR COMPETITION USE

The last one is a dual disc clutch, all the others are single disc. If you don't plan on upgrading the turbo and/or injectors, then the 1950-60CBK would probably be what I'd get. Most tuners have aggressive tunes for studded trucks that push 450rwhp on stock turbos and injectors.
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I've got the SFDD3250-60 - 500-700 hp, street dual disc, NOT FOR COMPETITION USE clutch.

You will upgrade for more power I'm guessing so this is the route I would go.
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