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Old 12-20-2013, 08:36 PM
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What would be your mods on the ultimate 6.7?

So, here is the deal. I have a '14 platinum ordered. f250,srw, long bed. I have waiting in boxes a S&B CAI, Mini Maxx, EGR delete, DPF delete, and pyro kit. These mods are not gonna cut it for what I'm looking for.

I am considering changing hpfp, and putting a different turbo on. I am also considering carillo rods, head studs, and built tranny as well. Oh yeah, and a high quality 4.5" carli or icon, wheels and 35" toyos.

If you were building the ultimate truck that was as bulletproof as possible, that was a sled pulling monster, that still had excellent highway manners, and could be used as a daily driver, what mods would you do? It has to be capable of running reliably for 100k+ miles. Specifically what turbo, and what dual hpfp setup? My new truck is gonna have dual altenators. Didn't know that could be a problem when I ordered truck...

Has anyone on here done all of the engine mods I'm thinking about? I would love some feedback on what they think of it and dyno results...

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Not alot of big HP guys on here. If you're looking for that check out the army. There's a few builds over there now.

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MPD turbo, Head studs, new rods


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Look up kalebs truck over on the army. He is building the ultimate 6.7.
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Not alot of big HP guys on here. If you're looking for that check out the army. There's a few builds over there now.

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I tried to join over at the army. Filled in all my info, and it wouldn't let me complete the registration. The button that says "complete registration" is dead. I tried a couple of weeks ago and it was the same way then too...
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Maybe they got hacked again lol. Try again with different info.

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X2 ^^ and then for hpfp there are modded cp4 available (30% and 50% over) to replace stock cp4, or there are dual fueler kits that add a cp3 pump to our existing cp4 pumps.

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X2 ^^ and then for hpfp there are modded cp4 available (30% and 50% over) to replace stock cp4, or there are dual fueler kits that add a cp3 pump to our existing cp4 pumps.

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I don't think the dual fueler will work on my truck. I ordered it with dual alternators (which I didn't even need, just got it because it was available and didn't cost that much, and I thought it would help if I added more lighting and big sound system). I have read that the second pump drives off of the place the second alternator would be. So that's out unless I change it back to single alternator.

Whats the story on the single modded cp4? How many hp would that support? I know the dual is good for 900. Who offers the modded pump?
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I'm sub'd for some good ideas
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I don't think the dual fueler will work on my truck. I ordered it with dual alternators (which I didn't even need, just got it because it was available and didn't cost that much, and I thought it would help if I added more lighting and big sound system). I have read that the second pump drives off of the place the second alternator would be. So that's out unless I change it back to single alternator.

Whats the story on the single modded cp4? How many hp would that support? I know the dual is good for 900. Who offers the modded pump?
I believe MPD has them on their website. I'll check it out and post a link.

I'm not sure what the HP they are able to support. I'm guessing a 50% over should support 700hp+ (but don't quote me)

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