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Old 01-10-2008, 02:21 PM
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Talking I'm getting more power...AGAIN!!!

Not sure why I haven't heard of this....but AFE just came out with a torque boost tube for the 2008 6.4......I just placed the order for mine!!!!
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Old 01-10-2008, 02:42 PM
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I'd reroute the CCV lol...
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I'd reroute the CCV lol...
Ok whats the CCV??
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I'd reroute the CCV lol...
you can't reroute the ccv "crank case vent" on the 6.4L its not like the 6.0L there was a thread started on another website about this and it was advised not too b/c basically it will screw your truck up.

nice mod julian it should smooth the intake flow but Its hard to believe the claims afe is making !

keep us posted !

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you can't reroute the ccv "crank case vent" on the 6.4L its not like the 6.0L there was a thread started on another website about this and it was advised not too b/c basically it will screw your truck up.

Care to link it? I believe you and have NO doubt you saw that. However I know I've seen the LMM guys doing it... and it's probably the same people saying you shouldn't do it on the 7.3 or 6.0...
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Old 01-10-2008, 03:26 PM
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BTW... did you mean to use "F250" in your name?
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BTW... did you mean to use "F250" in your name?

no i meant as is was stated its been my name for the last 4 years on many different forums ! I've had three f-150's I had starting in 1998 with a vortech blown 5.4L 4x4 that had 20k+ in mods and won world of wheels here in new orleans, then it was a 99 Lightning with mods, and then it was a 2002 Harley F-150 at least 40k+ in mods thats got a built motor that makes 585hp and 609tq at 15 psi. I can post current pictures of the last too and I will be happy to post a picture of the first one that was sold in 2002 !

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Care to link it? I believe you and have NO doubt you saw that. However I know I've seen the LMM guys doing it... and it's probably the same people saying you shouldn't do it on the 7.3 or 6.0...
I'm not sure about the LMM's i haven't done any research but I have a 2006 F-250 6.0L that we had to replace the turbo and intercooler due to the fact that for 45k miles it has been sucking oil through the ccv. I was in the process of putting on the banks technicooler when I found this out so I replaced the turbo with a factory replacement. I did the ccv at that time it should be the first mod you do on a 6.0L and I'm sure the same would apply for your 7.3L. I can also post you a pic of the 2006 F-250 6.0l that has a ccv reroute and you can see that the ccv is ran completely different on the 6.0L than on the 6.4L. I will find you the post stating why it can't be done on the 6.4L
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More power?

What do you mean more power....did you finally get it to stay out of regen mode?
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I saw it for my rig too Julian! I was thinking of picking one up because my stock one has a bit of a problem in it.


edit: I just ordered it! haha I'll let ya know how it goes in a week! thanks for the motivation Julian!

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