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Old 06-30-2010, 01:58 PM
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WHAT TO DO???

I have an 02' f350 7.3 with 4" suspension lift on 35's. I have the banks six gun stacked with big hoss module (level 3), trans command, cool air intake, 4" monster exhaust with power elbow, and banks gauges. I would like your opinions on what i should do next to upgrade my truck. I went with banks because i have always been told they are quality products and safe for my truck. I know I have sacrificed some performance and power in doing this. I was thinking possibly a turbo upgrade but want the opinions of those of you who are much more knowlegable of diesels. I dont have alot of time to search the internet for this info as i am a federal career fireman and work 24/24.(24hrs on then off for 24 then back to work) thank you in advance for your time.
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Old 06-30-2010, 02:02 PM
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Old 06-30-2010, 02:05 PM
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IMO ditch the six gun the big hoss module and trans command and get a custom tuned chip from tony wildman, PHP, beans, swamps, ect.. then you can upgrade other things like the turbo, injectors also get a downpipe for your truck
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I just bought a turbo off ebay from johnsmith04shop. He is a good seller i paid for my turbo and he sent it the same day. He builds the turbo himself and he has been doing it for 18 years. the turbo i bought from him is built with banks turbines an compressor wheel it comes with a new pedistol for more oil flow since the stock one is very restrictive an its got an upgraded acuator all for 700 bucks, he also has a 2 yr unlimited mile warrenty. Im very satisfied with the turbo it produces alot more boost an sounds great. its a very good turbo for a mainly stock motor with a chip or fuel upgrades.
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i have garrett 38r, 4" exhaust, and dp tuner f5 chip on the way. im very happy with the 38r so far
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