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Old 09-29-2009, 12:39 PM
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what do i need?

i've got a guy wanting to buy my crew cab 6.4...if he does im gonna buy a reg cab...now i want to do a suncoast tranny......and spartan 310....and nitrous....what else do i need to do so it will hold up...head studs??....or nething else??....alll in put would be much appreciated..
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Old 09-29-2009, 12:52 PM
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Studs and chromoly pushrods. The pushrods are not a pricey mod. Studs are $900.
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Old 09-29-2009, 01:03 PM
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Just wondering but...

I agree reg cabs look good but why do you not want the cc?
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With the mods he listed im guessing he wants it for speed.
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well....ya i would like it for speed...if im gonna do all these mods i just need something a lil cheaper...but to do the pushrods and the studs u have to pull the cab rite?....i've been thinkin obut keepin my crew cab...but idk i'd have tons in it after all them mods and never get it back out of it no where near...
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Old 09-29-2009, 02:46 PM
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You can do both studs and pushrods without taking the cab off
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I've done studs, pushrods, HPFP, and EGR delete with wastegate kit cab-on. If you want speed, you need all of the above and don't skimp on the Suncoast, we got one fully built and when we hit the spray it went south. They took care of it and hopefully they can build them stronger now. I should have the motor back together before the eastern finals in Bowling Green.
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I've done studs, pushrods, HPFP, and EGR delete with wastegate kit cab-on. If you want speed, you need all of the above and don't skimp on the Suncoast, we got one fully built and when we hit the spray it went south. They took care of it and hopefully they can build them stronger now. I should have the motor back together before the eastern finals in Bowling Green.
Thats good to know! How hard was the HPFP with the cab on
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Old 09-30-2009, 08:39 AM
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is there a big time difference in a reg cab and a crew cab with the same mods....?
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I've done studs, pushrods, HPFP, and EGR delete with wastegate kit cab-on. If you want speed, you need all of the above and don't skimp on the Suncoast, we got one fully built and when we hit the spray it went south. They took care of it and hopefully they can build them stronger now. I should have the motor back together before the eastern finals in Bowling Green.
What did you do to get the turbos and hpfp off with the cab on? I( am assuming you would at least have to jack the cab up in the front...
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