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post #1 of 14 Old 12-22-2012, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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hey guys so i was wondering what performance mods i should do i have a 94.5 f350 cclb dually 5spd and a 1000 extra bucks lol very rare to have money so iam excited lol anyways so far i have a ts 6 pos. afe intake 3" down pipe and the 1.0 turbo housing and a south bend clutch already installed and now idk if its worth it to buy the swamps idm or if theres something else i can do cause a 1000 bucks wont buy me injectors yet
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If you plan on injectors in the future, I would use that $1000 bucks to get a fuel system in place. No sense having larger injectors if you can't give them fuel. Power will be down and you run the risk of damaging new sticks.
You can go DIY for $4-500, or buy a kit and have all of the fittings/pumps/brackets/lines/wiring on hand and ready to go for closer to $1k.

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i would also look into intercooling it with that smaller housing and wanting new sticks

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e fuel and t500 for a HPOP

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ic/hpop gets my vote, and custom tuning, you may have a few bucks left over for a case of cervesa when your done too lol

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hey guys so i think iam set on doing the intercooler about how much do yall think it would cost if i pieced it together rather then buying a kit. And i think iam going to get my ts 6 pos. retuned by tw i didnt realize it was so cheap and i heard tw tunes are better then just canned tunes
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way better than canned tunes, and keep an eye on craigslist for the parts, ever use a welder? kause eric is making his own pipes and spyder, good luck

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hey guys so i think iam set on doing the intercooler about how much do yall think it would cost if i pieced it together rather then buying a kit. And i think iam going to get my ts 6 pos. retuned by tw i didnt realize it was so cheap and i heard tw tunes are better then just canned tunes
Used intercoolers from SD's can be found anywhere from $175-350 on ebay or craigs.

I bought a brand new mishimoto 6.0L aluminum intercooler for my truck, hopefully everything fits!



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how much is the mishimoto one? kause i mite sell mine if they are reasonable, would like all aluminum just for when i get sticks and turbo here soon

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how much is the mishimoto one? kause i mite sell mine if they are reasonable, would like all aluminum just for when i get sticks and turbo here soon
I paid about $845 from riffraff. I was told that you can find them for like $750 on eBay but I couldn't find anything.

The reason I bought the Mishimoto 6.0 intercooler was because I wanted the all aluminum intercooler. I read a few horror stories of people blowing the plastic end caps on the stock 6.0 intercooler off with high boost.

I'll probably be pushing 40-50 psi with my modded h2e(:



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