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Old 08-12-2014, 01:29 PM
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Help with parts list

I'm going to be digging into the motor soon, and since my truck is broke I managed to convince my wife it'd cost about $7000 to fix right . Its a 2006 fx4 with 210,000 miles, sinister coolant filter (just put on) s&b cai, 5th wheel hide-a-hitch and rancho adjustable shocks (last three put on by p.o.).

I'm not looking to set any records, just a reliable truck that can stomp a lightning or a camero and still go off-road or pull a camper or boat.

So far my parts list reads like this:

Beans fuel sump - $149
Warren 175/30 injectors - $1350
Mtw stage 2 - $1550
RR kit from sinister - $649
ARP Headstuds - $417
OEM head gaskets - $308
Egr delete - $149
Upgraded oil cooler - $149
Blue spring upgrade - $63
Updated turbo drain pipe - $35
(Doesn't the stand pipes and dummy plugs come with HG?)
Sinister Y pipe - $279
Diamond eye 4" TBE - $340
Riff raff drivers side metal cac boot - $118
(From sinister) Edge cts & sct x4 - $769 (plus the egt probe so another $80)
FICM ultra service w/ atlas 40 - $425

And so right now I'm at $6833.... I had planned for a $6k budget, but I'm going to push it up to $7k with the RR system.

So am I forgetting anything? Anything I need to remove/add/change? I've been reading up on this constantly for a week now and every new thread opens up more stuff you need or don't need and my brain's about melted

I know I'll need to get the heads checks when I pull them, whats a decent price for that?

Forgot to add I'm going to be doing the work myself. (Or really, my uncle's a diesel mechanic who's been through the week long PSD class and he's going to be helping me) in my dad's shop. It has a lift so I'll be taking the cab off to do it.

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Machining cost for the heads and a few hundred for things that need replaced once you get it torn down.
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Old 08-12-2014, 01:48 PM
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When I had mine torn apart I went ahead and changed out the radiator, hoses and serp belts. Along with T-stat.
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I just replaced radiator (mine busted). I have new T-stat on hand I was going to replace after coolant flush (have ELC on hand too) and billet tstat housing just waiting to be put on.
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I think only the stand pipes come with the head gaskets.
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Water pump and new belt tensioner?
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Thanks guys.
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This is just me......but I'd recommend setting aside the funds to replace both heads. I've read too many of these threads where folks order 5-7k worth of parts and then find out their heads need to be replaced. Now I'm not saying yours are bad......just that id plan for that!


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Yeah, I was thinking about that on the way to work. Since I have to pull apart the truck to get the injectors out and FICM before I can send them off I was going hold off ordering parts until I got it tore down.

Thats real good advice though.
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