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CFD Headers and Wastegated uppipes

This is a new product for twin kits running big Atmosphere chargers or large nitrous jets. These headers and uppipes are designed for big power and all out racing applications. These uppipes can replace uppipes and headers that were designed for daily driving with little or no nitrous. As seen in the pic these parts for the new 6.7's all seem to work and fit just fine as they are mix and match with minor modification.

It was a shame to pull a nice setup off the truck, but sometimes the customer just needs to turn up the #2.(Which this truck has plenty)

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can you provide any information on the setup? CFD was so addamanet about compounds killing these motors, does this setup have a built bottom end? What are the specs on the big charger? S475? I would love to see compounds for these trucks..........that don't window a block!

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Headers? Pics please

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The engine was fully built by Spe and feels great.
Fuel provided courtesy of our neighbors up north as well with dual cp4
The truck holds rail at over 2400 pulse no problem.
We did some tuning but rain set in and he had to go.
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Headers? Pics please
Same as in our kit
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How much power is this truck making?
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By what my tech's that rode with him said its real close to 4 digits #2 only.
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Heard this is Doyle's truck. Interesting. SPE not able to give him what he wants?
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Heard this is Doyle's truck. Interesting. SPE not able to give him what he wants?
As far as I know the customer never contacted SPE this go around for advice or repairs.
I think he just wanted to try a few different things.
He did say he contacted RCD and Elite and those companies wanted to start from scratch.
We started on Monday afternoon and he drove home Thursday so it was a quick in and out.
We did do a little tuning as well, but the customer has a session scheduled at KEM later as well.

I gathered he was happy with all the work on the truck he has had done, but just broadening his horizion's per say.
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