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Old 02-05-2013, 07:15 AM
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building 94 F350

Hi guys new to the site. I am building a 94 f350 crew cab xlt 5 speed 4x4. I bought it for 1500 which i thought was a great deal. It had some rust due to the fact that it was from the coast. I tore the thing all apart right down to the frame and am im in the process of building it up with a 5" lift. Once i get that the chassis done i am going to jump into getting her to wake up im thinking (just thinking) stage two injectors, d66 Turbo, and finding a intercooler from a 6.0. Im going to do 3" down pipe 5"straight back to 6" stacks. I am slightly new to the diesel game but am knowledgeable in how it all works together. I will be doing more too as far as tuning and intake. I would love some insight as to what places to get parts Nd what parts to get. And also other things to do to it to get power. This truck will eventually be more of a play commuter truck. Ill haul with it occasionally potentially heavy loads but not often. Also will be using it to go on trips so reliability and decent fuel mileage is a must.
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Lots of places for injectors, beans for the D66, DIY the IC, DIY the intake with a 6637.
Sounds like a good plan you have
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I agree with Shane and rosewood has some great injectors as well, I love my afe intake but hell it was kinda free, but I have a DIY 6.0 ic and love it, dry reliable tow rig for me, and what gear ratio is your truck, sounds like a great project can't wait to see some piks
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:17 AM
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Whats the DIY 6637 intake?.
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:49 AM
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Im not sure what the gear ratio is. I should grab the tag and look. I was looking at an afe intake for about $350 i believe from parley's diesel. How crazy am i at looking at stage 2's?
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:04 AM
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also, will i need to do anything to my tranny? heavier duty clutch? how about my rear end? im hoping to really push some ponies out of this ol' girl and i don't want to get to the line and shred a clutch. and will i need an HPOP with the Stage II injectors? i read on a couple other forums that i should, but Beans diesel says in the product description that the stock pump will do fine.
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You will need a better clutch (and flywheel if it still has the Dual Mass FlyWheel or DMFW). Maybe something like a SouthBend Con OFE. Not a whole lot you can do to th tranny. I would just get a Tymar Intake (or build your own, which I have, but now I would just get the real thing). I would get a non-EBPV pedestal (or modify yours) and exhaust housing (or just gut yours). Cheers!
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Whats the DIY 6637 intake?.
"do it yourself", it's a Napa 6637 air filter that you use with a piece of 4" piping for the intake
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:43 AM
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What is the gain in deleting the EBPV? Just curious
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Does it matter what the 6.0 intercooler is from? van or truck? model year? im thinking mounting and plumbing it in
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