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Old 07-26-2013, 05:39 AM
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No limit fabrication vs. Mishimoto.

2008 F350



I need to do something on the intake side of things. Already did the DPF/DOC, Spartan.

But I have stock intake parts.

Couple of questions for you.

Where will I notice the most improvement in power?

1. Air filter and system that feeds air into the Turbo.

2. Inter-cooler pipe from turbo to Inter-cooler (Hot side I think)

3. Inter-cooler pipe from inter-cooler to Intake manifold. (Cold side right?)

4. EGR delete... I already have a kit but it didn't include the Elbow. I know this is mostly to keep parts inside nice and clean, a couple of other advantages.


My guess is that 1, 2, and 3 in that order give the most power? And 4 since I already have it. Is there any point in doing 3?


I was tempted to go with No limits fab, looks like really nice parts. Then I found that Mishimoto has some very similar parts for the 6.4. At about half the price.

Anyone have any experience with Mishimoto? Is there stuff any good?

I'll post some links to their parts if anyone wants and it's okay by the rules.

Thanks,

Izord
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Mishimoto isn't even released, just go with NoLimit so you can get your parts within a few years....
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I would go with the no limit stuff. Mike is a great guy. I would do the intake first and then egr delete w/ elbow next. then Cold side pipe
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Mishimoto Releases New Powerstroke Product Line!


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Thanks for the info guys.
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They've been releasing the radiator for over a year now with promises of under 60 days every time, I would not hold your breath for the intercooler as well at this point in time. If its a requirement, get what is available now which is NoLimit, if its a want then you get to take your pick if your OK to wait.
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Anything Mishimoto makes will be top of the line. They have the tools, knowledge and equipment to produce a quality product. They take their time with their research and development and it shows. No product they release is just thrown together, its perfect or they won't produce it....
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Oh I have no doubts it will be great... once they finish it...
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Hey guys, wanted to drop in and help out with any questions about our products. I understand that it has taken a long time for us to release these products, and we are sorry about the delay. We are very excited to release our 6.4L product line, and know that there are many people waiting for these products to be released. The engineers at Mishimoto want to make sure everything is absolutely perfect before they release these products, and are working hard on making sure you guys will be 100% satisfied with what you receive.

I cannot give a specific date for the release of these products, but I can assure you that you do not have much longer to wait for the intercooler, and the radiator will be ready by the end of summer!

To help with the wait, here's a dyno video of our new 6.4L intercooler on a built Innovative Diesel Performance truck!

Behind The Scenes- Mishimoto Dyno Tests The 2008-2010 Ford F250 Intercooler! - YouTube
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