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Old 12-31-2011, 10:31 PM
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Just noticed this post... Ha ha funny. I look at all sections, its called knowledge. Ya got a little 6.0 complex there huh? Wondering why 6.0 guys are creeping around....comparing your power to a 6L.

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yeah i'm a jack of all powerstrokes. this kid around here with a 6.0 put it on the dyno and he just knew he was gonna be over 500 with just innovative tunes, exhaust ect. i told him he would make 430 and i think he made like 427. yeah i have read stuff in forums but i don't look at them anymore and i sure don't cruise on over to the 6.0 section on this site
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yeah i'm a jack of all powerstrokes. this kid around here with a 6.0 put it on the dyno and he just knew he was gonna be over 500 with just innovative tunes, exhaust ect. i told him he would make 430 and i think he made like 427. yeah i have read stuff in forums but i don't look at them anymore and i sure don't cruise on over to the 6.0 section on this site
haha what did the kids dyno numbers have anything to do with this thread?

just tuner and exhaust and making 427 hp is pretty good on a 6.0. how much money would it take for a 7.3 to make 427hp?

not trying to start in arguement just shooting some friendly fire
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haha what did the kids dyno numbers have anything to do with this thread?

just tuner and exhaust and making 427 hp is pretty good on a 6.0. how much money would it take for a 7.3 to make 427hp?

not trying to start in arguement just shooting some friendly fire
no you make a valid point, a 7.3 with tuner, exhaust,intake is going to make around 300 and be hell on the transmission. Ive owned both and wont go back
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well do y'all factor in the egr delete and headstuds into y'alls cost and also the cost of the labor to lift the cab if you dont have the resources. i bet if we asked ford motor company which engine was more durable during it's tenure as an engine used in light duty trucks i don't think it would be much of a contest
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Technically the late model 06/7 6.0's were the most trouble free diesels ford put on the road...

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well do y'all factor in the egr delete and headstuds into y'alls cost and also the cost of the labor to lift the cab if you dont have the resources. i bet if we asked ford motor company which engine was more durable during it's tenure as an engine used in light duty trucks i don't think it would be much of a contest
I dont because mine are fine even at 200k miles and im not the only one
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Technically the late model 06/7 6.0's were the most trouble free diesels ford put on the road...

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do you work at a dealership or did you just pull that out of thin air
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I dont because mine are fine even at 200k miles and im not the only one
well even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and again
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well even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and again
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Ignorance - lack of knowledge, information, or education; the state of being ignorant

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