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6.0L Performance Parts Discussion What has or has not worked for you?

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Is this worth it? Its really all the power im looking for. Does anyone have any experince or any further knowledge i should know about it? Thanks ahead.

New truck
-->2008 F-250SCSB 6.4(Job 1)
-->2.5inch Level kit
-->4 Inch Rear Blocks
-->33in Nitto All Terrain
-->Banks Dpf Back Exhaust
-->S&B Intake
-->DOC/DPF Delete pipe
-->SCT: Running Erics Tow, Street And Extreme street

Old truck
-->2004 6.0 Regular Cab Long Bed(First truck)
-->Bank Intake Ram
-->Mbrp 4Inch catback w/5inch tip!
-->SCT x3 STREET TUNE Tuned by Eric @ ID
-->Cobalt Auto Meter Gauges (Pyro,Boost)
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What kind of power and what kind of price. With a sct from xcal3 you can choose your power levels. You can get custom tuning to fit your need. It is expandable for later mods. The main issue with tuning the 6.0 is tranny tuning. The banks tuners simply fool the computer by intercepting the info and replacing the data. The sct actually flashes in like the ford factory program and gives a better overall tune. If you were to compare the two tuners the sct does more (hp, tuning and options). I would do some research on the banks products in forums before you buy. They have some that like them but a lot more that have traded in the banks stuff for better tuning.

2006 f250 4x4
crewcab shortbed
lariat auto
Some tuning, gauges and other assorted non factory dodads
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