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Old 01-14-2011, 06:18 AM
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Question Going the distance

ok guys, let's get in to who's going the distance with the 6.4L.let's talk about adding filters for the oil,fule and coolent.what are you guys doing????and who's got the best for this job.
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I believe the best shot for getting 300+K from the 6.4 is...
dpf delete
superb tune (there are a few out and more comming for sure).
Oil By Pass System
A superior to OEM Fuel pump, air and water catch, Filtration system.

I got aloong way to go to reach 300K but Im sure enthusiastic about it. This is by far the best diesel truck Ive had.(Ive had a few). Whole lot of fun plus really enjoy smokin the tons of people comming up on the road and want to play..LOL..
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I believe the best shot for getting 300+K from the 6.4 is...
dpf delete
superb tune (there are a few out and more comming for sure).
Oil By Pass System
A superior to OEM Fuel pump, air and water catch, Filtration system.

I got aloong way to go to reach 300K but Im sure enthusiastic about it. This is by far the best diesel truck Ive had.(Ive had a few). Whole lot of fun plus really enjoy smokin the tons of people comming up on the road and want to play..LOL..
was doing the hole delete and tune

i was thinking a lot about doing a airdog to start with, just trying to find all the back room secret's. ya hafter spending all this money i dont think i will be getting a new one for a long time like 200k + long time lol, that's what I told the wife when i had to git this truck

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Old 01-14-2011, 03:27 PM
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yeah I hear you..but its difficult to reply ..sig PLZ
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This is my list for a long lasting truck....

1. Air Dog II
2. CCV re-route
3. DPF/CAT delete pipe (at least)
4. Mild tune with good shifting and low boost (150-225 horsepower)
5. Head studs
6. EGR cooler delete
7. Oil filter bypass setup
8. Sun Coast torque converter
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Jeff how do you do a ccv? I've got oil in my new afe already. Never heard anymore on Maryland diesel deal.
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Old 01-14-2011, 09:29 PM
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Jeff how do you do a ccv? I've got oil in my new afe already. Never heard anymore on Maryland diesel deal.
Most just vent to atmosphere. I think that MPD now has a kit that vents to atmosphere....not 100% sure though. I think it was there catch can kit that they are going to redesign.
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any catch can can be installed on the 6.4,there are some out there that say they are just for the 6.4 but all catch cans are the same.you could build your own.do some searching and you will find it.i just cant member the names of the companies off the top of my head.
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This is my list for a long lasting truck....

1. Air Dog II
2. CCV re-route
3. DPF/CAT delete pipe (at least)
4. Mild tune with good shifting and low boost (150-225 horsepower)
5. Head studs
6. EGR cooler delete
7. Oil filter bypass setup
8. Sun Coast torque converter
ok so who makes this stuff ,will i know airdog but the rest
who's got good kit's for the ccv,egr delete, oil filter bypass
and what about a coolent bypass
and what about oil, coolent
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Old 01-14-2011, 11:34 PM
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dieselsite.com makes a good deal on bypass filter kits,but no oil bypass kit.coolant use cat or another type of elc.oil is kinda up to you but if not pulling heavy go with 5w-40 syn by your fav make.ill search around and see if i can find that ccv kit,or you could search for diy catch can online and build your own.
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