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post #1 of 3 Old 09-21-2012, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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INDUSTRIAL INJECTION PHAT SHAFT COMPOUNDS

6.4 F450 H&S MINI MAXX WITH STRAIGHT EXHAUST I HAVE CAME TO THE CONCLUSION THAT I AM GOING TO NEED A NEW SET OF TURBOS AND IM LOOKING IN TO GETTING RID OF THE FACTORY TURBOS AND UPGRADING TO THE INDUSTRIAL INJECTION PHAT SHAFT COMPOUNDS ANYBODY HAVE THESE OR KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THEM? UPSIDE TO THEM AND DOWN FALLS....
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Why are you yelling?

Anyways, I don't know much about the phat shaft setup, but I'm curious, What mods do you currently have? What mods do you have planned to go along with that setup?

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I think they would be a great setup to add to the truck. They're affordable and will probably put you in the 625-640 HP range on stock fuel with a big tune. You won't need a wastegate to run them either, which is a bonus. Well....that's assuming you stick with stock fuel. I would definitely consider beefing up the transmission down the road. With the added power, your transmission will be living on borrowed time.

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