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Old 09-27-2008, 06:21 PM
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i started a thread about this a while back but didnt really get a straight answer. does anyone have headstuds? if so what brand? is there any other internal mods needed/suggested before hopping up a 6.4? thanks
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i have yet to see head studs available, nor have i seen a reported head gasket failure, at hp levels nearing 700...
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i have yet to see head studs available, nor have i seen a reported head gasket failure, at hp levels nearing 700...
Haven't seen, or heard anything about studs or failures.
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Same as your last post, you won't need studs for a while. Im hittin well over 40psi boost and hitting nitrous and not lifted yet. These trucks use a diffrent head stud than the 6.0 (m14 vs the m16(6.4)) There has been two that i know of to put studs in, just talked about it today with my buddy at Twisted Diesel, forgot what shop put em in. I didn't care enough to ask again or to find out who made the studs. There just not need right now.
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Same as your last post, you won't need studs for a while. Im hittin well over 40psi boost and hitting nitrous and not lifted yet. These trucks use a diffrent head stud than the 6.0 (m14 vs the m16(6.4)) There has been two that i know of to put studs in, just talked about it today with my buddy at Twisted Diesel, forgot what shop put em in. I didn't care enough to ask again or to find out who made the studs. There just not need right now.
i was hoping that you would reply, if you dont need studs i am sure that i dont need em. thanks.
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