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A little info on me hi my name is Jared And I am from kansas I am fairly new to the forum But not to diesels Have been driving big trucks Since I was 18 most of my personal vehicles were gassers however I have recently purchased 2 diesel trucks 1 being a 2011 ford f 250 with the6.7 liter which I plan to leave mainly stock the other 1 is a 2008 6.4 liter I would like to give all the amenities to I am planning a 8 inch lift with bigger tires regearing front and rear axle a programmer with a d p s d o c and full egr delete and also addressing the ccv my question is what is the best order to do these modifications and will there be anything else I will need to do like an airdog or fass lift pump also was going to put on coi thanks in advance for all ur input any other recommendations. Would be appreciated also as far as injectors or anything else
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Airdog is good insurance for fuel.

Otherwise, I would do the tuning first, that way when you add the lift and it goes south, you will know how badly it was affected.

Gearing would be fine up to 37in, so unless your going larger you can gold off on that as well.

Tuning would include; tuner, exhaust and CAI.

CCV can be either homegrown or bought. But can be installed at any time. Check the intake to see if you have oil residue, if so, sooner would be better then later. Otherwise it can wait until your ready.

If you decide to go injectors, you will need custom tuning which you can talk to any of the tuner manufacturers for regarding pricing. I would hold off until your ready as at that point you'll be needing to do other things like head studs so you can support the increased power.

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I would start with the tuner/intake/exhaust combo and go from there. EGR delete and Air Dog would be my next choice.

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Yes I was planning an exhaust also would like to do stacks but all the kits I have found are pre d.e.f. does anyone know where to get a full kit and should I go with bigger down pipe was thinking either 5 or 6 inch stacks another mod I would like to do is either water methanol injection or propane injection maybe both if it is possible don't know to much about it u don't hear about the propane injection like you used to

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What do u mean by gearing would be fine up to 37 inches

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Depends on cash flow. I first put my afe stg II on, next week is the tuner and exhaust. Then will be studs and egr delete, then fuel system, then possibly an elite turbo.
But if cash isnt an issue order it all at once.

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u don't hear about the propane injection like you used to
Probably because it is something you should NOT put on your truck. People were using it as a power adder and began blowing trucks up.

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