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Old 11-27-2011, 01:02 PM
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Compound set up

We are finally ready to unveil what we have been working so hard on these last few weeks. Still more goodies to come! And this ladies & gentleman is what we have been working on-

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Holy S! How much?
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Interested in hearing the numbers.
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This video was just a taste of what's to come. We will are hoping to have a price and dyno numbers once we are completed which we anticipate being in the very near future.

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I think the stock turbo has to go. Hope your prices are cheaper that II's price.
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This video was just a taste of what's to come. We will are hoping to have a price and dyno numbers once we are completed with we anticipate being in the very near future.
Please do....Inquiring minds are out here!
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I think the stock turbo has to go.
Don't you worry. We've got something up our sleeves.

You'll be pleased with the pricing too. Don't forget that ours pricing will include the DPF delete exhaust as well as the H&S XRT Pro tuner & another added bonus which is still in the works. Pricing will be adjusted though if you don't need all of these options or want to modify the package to suit your needs.
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That thing hauls ***! Can't wait for some numbers
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subscribed!! i want a reg cab 6.7 with that looks good. to bad the 6.7 doesnt have the turbo setup like a 6.4
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