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Old 04-02-2009, 08:01 PM
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what should i do?

I have a 2003 6.0 what is the best exaust and cold air and chip/programer would be best for the most horse power Thanks
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Stock intake is good for over 400HP, exhaust wuold just be a TB straight pipe, prolly 5 inch, and tuner... you'll have to ask the guys that run them but I'd say SCT is great for the 6.slow
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MBRP exhaust, SCT programmer with custom tunes, and keep the stock intake. Stock intake is the best thing for the 6.0.
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Old 04-02-2009, 08:08 PM
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SCT All the way. Where you from Bama7508? Welcome to the Org
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dont waste your money on a 5inch exhaust. buy a mbrp full turbo back exhaust, straight pipe or with a muffler, intake...drop an aftermarket replacement filter in there, it will flow plenty..programmer...SCT with innovative diesel tuning
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Stock intake is good for over 400HP
It's over 500, not 400. If it was over 400, he could easily hit that with an aggressive custom tune.
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It's over 500, not 400. If it was over 400, he could easily hit that with an aggressive custom tune.
Sorry, I wasn't too sure, I don't own a 6.blow Thanks for the correction.
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4" turbo back exhaust, no kitty, flow through muffler, SCT with custom tunes from Innovative diesel. The Donaldson intake is the best filtering and best flowing intake on the market for a stock truck :burnout
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Sorry, I wasn't too sure, I don't own a 6.blow:hehe
Jealous are we?
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i think so
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