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Mods for 96 350 4x4 CC

My wife just purchased a 96 f350 CC 4x4 that is stock. I am currently in Afghanistan and will be home in 2.5 or so months. When I get home I am planning on adding a DIY 6637 filter, 4-inch with 3-inch downpipe exhaust, gauges, and a TW chip. MY main concerns are longevity of the truck. I will be doing some light towing(3 horse trailer). I was thinking of getting an intercooler but have read that I do not really need it for what I am doing. I am totally new to diesel and have learned a lot from this forum. What do you folks think of my plans? If you would add something or have some tips please let me know. Price of mods is not a huge issue because I got a good deal on the truck(I hope) and think I will recoup any cost with increased efficiency/longer lifespan. I have referenced this article in coming up with my mods 7.3L Power Stroke Power Recipes - Ford Diesel Trucks - Diesel Power Magazine I am all eyes.
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First of all Thank you for your service...

as far as your list is concerned you pretty much have everything you need... is the truck an automatic? if so i would just add a larger trans cooler to help keep the temps down...

if you need any pricing let me know.. i can get you everything you want and we offer military discount

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Just like Raul, I would like to sincerely thank you for your service.

You would be surprised how much the list of mods you added will wake up your truck. As mentioned already I would also add a tru-cool 4739 (40k gvwr) cooler to the bumper, super duty 3/8" lines, and a BTS valvebody to that list. My brother and I just did those mods to his truck and wow what a difference. Shifts are beautiful and his Trans temps dropped by about 30-40 degrees. Install was simple, only took about half a day and we were taking out time since it was over 100* outside.


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First of all Thank you for your service...

as far as your list is concerned you pretty much have everything you need... is the truck an automatic? if so i would just add a larger trans cooler to help keep the temps down...

if you need any pricing let me know.. i can get you everything you want and we offer military discount

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Wish I would have know about the discount, difference Alone would have made me drive to your house lol, but I agree with everything stated, but a DIY IC set up would help a lot, I run one and it's amazing, I tow as much as possible I'm Tony's extreme mode

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Does anyone know if there's a difference, performance wise, between stacks (dual or single) and a regular straight through exhaust? Im looking at putting a 4in turbo back exhaust and was just wondering what people have seen.

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Does anyone know if there's a difference, performance wise, between stacks (dual or single) and a regular straight through exhaust? Im looking at putting a 4in turbo back exhaust and was just wondering what people have seen.
nope..........
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Thats what I thought. I have talked to a couple of people about this and have heard it both ways so i just wanted to hear what you guys had to say.

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I have an automatic so trans cooler is on the list. What lines are being referenced here,"super duty 3/8" lines"? Raul, I will hopefully lay hands on the new truck in about 2.5 months and will shoot you and PM.
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Also i read that a scanner for the computer is a good thing to have. Which one do you folks think is best?
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Snap on mt2500 with the ford diesel packs

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