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what mods to do after spartan??

getting spartan and straight pipe and CAI and wondering what i should do after that to have a reliable good mpg truck. airdog?? studs? egr delete? torque tube??

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Im looking at doing a egr delete and studs. I would love to run the 350 tune but on the stock tranny. Guess i will do that after i clean up the motor and get rid of all the junk

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Coolant bi-pass filter and Tranny bi-pass filter. Dieselsite.com has some good set ups.

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Coolant bi-pass filter and Tranny bi-pass filter. Dieselsite.com has some good set ups.
X2. I got both and they are great!

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worried about warranty

looked at those bi pass filters and they are very affrodable but would ford void my warranty if they saw that? cause if i have to take my truck back in for warranty work it wouldnt be too hard to put the exhaust back on and stock air intake and just un program it but those filters look permanant??

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Any thing like that is always possible, but they would have to prove that the part you installed was related to the problem as with any legal modifications. Would be hard pressed to do that with something that provides extra protection/filtration. And they have a bipass mode(hence the name) that allows them to flow just as the system would stock, should the filters get to the point of being clogged. With the tranny filter you can even get a cool little gauge that tells you about when to change the filter.

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will that add any horsepower or just make it more reliable??
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will that add any horsepower or just make it more reliable??
just more reliable

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Studs and an EGR cooler delete w/CFM+ intake elbow. You will see a little gain in power, especially if you do a CAC pipe with the CFM+.

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Studs and an EGR cooler delete w/CFM+ intake elbow. You will see a little gain in power, especially if you do a CAC pipe with the CFM+.
What would it cost to have head studs done?

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