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Any suggestions on 7.3 mods??

I have a 01 7.3 and i just recently started putting work into it. I was wondering what your guys' suggestions are for me to do... from best programmer to any quick mods i can run out and do myself. I have done a foil delete and straight piped it. I am ordering the 6637 filter kit on the next pay check but any other suggestions guys?? I love the turbo whistle.. i want mine to scream. you can message me on my email at westonmhills@hotmail.com if you have any ideas and dont have a profile on here

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I hear mixed reviews on the 10k mod, I have done it to one of rigs that has some other mods and I DO notice a difference when loaded and its struggling... And heck for the $10 I have into it why not? Other than that and the stuff you already mentioned she should perform very well unless you are looking for more speed.

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Under the hood: 7.3 diesel, 4in straight piped to 6in shotgun dual stacks, DIY 6637, Bigg Boost. Foil delete. Riffraff FRx. IH Bellowed Up Pipes. Wicked Wheel Gen 1. TS Chip with canned tunes *Wrecked 5/16


1999 F250 XLT ECSB 2wd Auto. Hydra chip, gauges, 6637, Army OD Green on stock rims...
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I would suggest some gauges and tunes for you next mods. We can get you setup with both of them if you are interested. Check out our website at Diesel tuning products for Ford PowerStroke to see the products we have available.

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Im more just looking for sound and reliability with the truck right now. If i had more money i would get pillar gauges asap. But i don't so i have to wait... And speed costs money too... Haha couple months ill have some of my student stuff paid off... Hopefully... Untill then i wait

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Im more just looking for sound and reliability with the truck right now. If i had more money i would get pillar gauges asap. But i don't so i have to wait... And speed costs money too... Haha couple months ill have some of my student stuff paid off... Hopefully... Untill then i wait

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I know it may be out of your budget, but I have the BD billet compressor wheel and whistle like crazy.
I'd like to hear/try the diesel site WW2 to compare.

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I know it may be out of your budget, but I have the BD billet compressor wheel and whistle like crazy.
I'd like to hear/try the diesel site WW2 to compare.
Im gunna have to check that out i might be able to sell some stuff that i don't need haha where would be the place to order it

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Dieselsite for the WW2
BD diesel for their billet wheel.

I would be more inclined to try the dieselsite one.
I only have the BD one because they took my worn out turbo on trade as a core.
That being said, I am very happy with the results of their billet wheel.

PIS 175/80's, Van Turbo with EBPV, BD Billet Wheel
Lots of money spent at RiffRaff
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Dieselsite for the WW2
BD diesel for their billet wheel.

I would be more inclined to try the dieselsite one.
I only have the BD one because they took my worn out turbo on trade as a core.
That being said, I am very happy with the results of their billet wheel.
Thanks ill check that out too
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