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Old 07-11-2009, 06:47 PM
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Whats after the HPFP, DP, DPF/DOC DELETE, AND STICKS

Well I was just wondering what was next on the table for our trucks, Now that we have down pipes, high pressure fuel pumps, dpf delete, injectors, turbos, nitrous and all the other little things im forgeting. I know alot of yall have switched to lighter single cabs so pick up some extra speed. I know that there is a new intercooler tube in the works but what else is left after that besides tearing the whole motor apart or doing a full suncost trans. Just thought I would ask whats " in the works" now?
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Old 07-11-2009, 07:07 PM
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lets even begin to get any of those things working in harmony then worry about others... properly working should be well over 700 on #2 ..with air.
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lets even begin to get any of those things working in harmony then worry about others... properly working should be well over 700 on #2 ..with air.
agreed. dual hpfp's and better turbo's.
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lets even begin to get any of those things working in harmony then worry about others... properly working should be well over 700 on #2 ..with air.
Good point, You are right i dont think anyone has them all working together yet. I was just curious if they already had some ideas up there.
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6.4 in a car or 5,000lb truck.
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Old 07-12-2009, 05:55 PM
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6.4 in a car or 5,000lb truck.
thats what ive been thinking. if that monster can make an 8000+ truck go that i cant imagine that in something half the weight!
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Old 07-12-2009, 08:05 PM
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6.4 in a car or 5,000lb truck.
that would fly... but it could only go so fast without more hardware
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Old 07-12-2009, 08:26 PM
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Cobbs is working on a Complete EGR Delete with Elite Diesel. Deletes the 2 coolers, and uses a Waste gate. There are all sorts of goodies on Elites site. I dont know the release date of the cooler delete but the wastgate is available through elite. Im waiting for everything to come available then im tearing her down and gettin rid of all that emisions crap and possible a upgraded turbo and 110 stick upgrade from elite also
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Old 07-12-2009, 10:09 PM
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After I do my stack and the Elite downpipe, I am doing a built tranny, wastegate/egr delete/CFM, and head studs. I will be done for awhile at that point. Turbos, big single injection pump, and sticks are way down the road
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I have been wanting a diesel motorcycle. I'm thinking the 6.4 is too big though. I was thinking about a 3 cylinder.
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