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Old 04-13-2009, 12:23 PM
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after market intercoolers?

what after market intercoolers are out for the 6.0s and who makes them and do they benifit pay out for what they might be worth? anyone have pictures of there aftermarket intercoolers and how easy is it to do?
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From what I know or heard. You really dont need an aftermarket one untill you hit over 550hp. I could be wrong.
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still i think its a mod i wanna do what could it hurt?
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Heard good thing on banks... Heard mixed comments on spearco
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I dont see why it would hurt anything. If I could offer any advice instead of paying for that get either get head studs or a SCT tuner. I think you would be happy.
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I agree. If you aren't having issues with hi IAT2 temps or EGT then your money would provide more noticeable benefit spent elsewhere.
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i wouldnt waste my money..but if i were to buy one i would buy the banks, the i/c, the elbow and both pipes
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Heard good thing on banks... Heard mixed comments on spearco
If only Spearco had the thickness of the Banks or if Banks used the materials of Spearco, then I would believe that would be a good intercooler.
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