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Old 02-03-2012, 02:55 PM
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Any good diesel shops in central Texas?

Looking for a diesel shop that is good with 6.4 powerstrokes and installing any kind of performance parts. Any help?
I live in giddings, Texas if that makes a difference.

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Old 02-03-2012, 03:23 PM
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Old 02-03-2012, 05:17 PM
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Thanks man. You have experience with them?

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San Antonio, Poor boys Diesel. Great shop they are a little south of you, but will take good care of you. They will install anything, and are a dealer for just about everything you can think of, spartan, KEM, H&S, Airdog, S&B, AFE, ect ect ect. PM me if you would like there number.
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Drv in tomball, diesel innovations in houston, relentless diesel in willis, chris blair at drv in tomball would be your best bet.
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Drv in tomball do head studs, hpfp, and hpop? Things like that.

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Powerstroke enginuities in Houston near 249 and beltway 8. They have a guy there that loves doing 6.4's. Give them a call and talk to Dorian he's a good guy
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if you wanna take the drive TSD in san antonio has great reviews all over and ive delt with them many times! great guys to deal with up there!
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All sound like good places. But I might end up at powerstroke enginuities in Houston. Anyone know what exactly is needed to make a 6.4 engine extremely reliable? Trying to avoid internal engine problems. Already did the dpf/egr delete with air intake and h&s.

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Looks like you have the bases covered for the most part on making a good reliable 6.4. If you want to go a bit further, get an Airdog 2 and I think you will be set. You could do head studs, but the 6.4's dont have as many issues with head gaskets as the 6.0 did. After those, everything is going to be pure performance upgrades and hard parts to make a 600+ hp truck last.
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