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Old 03-20-2008, 01:04 PM
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i want to mod the farm truck but dont know where to start. It has 5" mbrp exhaust, and gauges. what should i do next? i dont want to much power but want it to breath better and have alittile more power.
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Old 03-20-2008, 01:12 PM
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I'd say talk to one of the site sponsors, and get an intake, alot of the guys with the 7.3s have a DIY intake or something, that'll help the engine breathe better. Is the MBRP a straight pipe, removing the kitty and the muff will help it breathe better as well as lower your egts. In terms of more power, I'd either look at the TS 5 or 6 pos chip, or maybe a bully dog programmer. I tried the triple dog on my 6.0 before I got the livewire and it is a pretty stout unit, lots of power on the high setting. But definitely go through the site guys, they'll get you the best prices.

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Old 03-20-2008, 01:20 PM
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the mrbp is staight pipe already sorry about that. i was looking at the bulldog online. but how much power and trouqe does the Ts 5 and 6 pos chip give out?
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Better Breathing...

Do either the DIY intake or AFE Stage II... will also give you a little more whistle. Im guessing you have the 3" downpipe with your MBRP system...

ATS 1.0 turbo housing, quicker spool and more boost.

Then maybe a custom chip with just a couple of settings like a tow and extreme setting... since its the farm truck.
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Id recomend checking out the tw chip. Go to totaldieselperformance.com and check them out. I just ordered mine, didnt recieve it yet but i here it is supose to be the best out there for are trucks and the price is fair to.
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Id recomend checking out the tw chip. Go to totaldieselperformance.com and check them out. I just ordered mine, didnt recieve it yet but i here it is supose to be the best out there for are trucks and the price is fair to.
YES... TW tunes are sic!
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Old 03-20-2008, 01:27 PM
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Yea it does have a 3' downpipe. What is the price on that Ats 1.0 turbo housing? Also should i put in an aftermaket clutch or no?
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94-97Turbo

one from Beans...
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Glad to see that the guys with your model year are getting into it, they should be able to tell you the best way to go.
Good Luck.

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Old 03-20-2008, 01:40 PM
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94-97Turbo

one from Beans...
damn that not bad at all. i will have to look in to that.
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