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What to do next????????

Hey guys i have an 02 f350 cc long bed drw and already did a 4in turbo back straight pipe, banks bighead, afe stage2, and dp tuner 80-80-120 chip so my question is what should i do next to squeeze out more power???? I was thinking mishimoto intercooler, chargepipes but not sure what else b4 i look in to injectors or bigger turbo,, my overall goal is about 450whp :-)
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i definitely wouldn't get the ic. since you want 450 horse eventually i would get a 38r now. you have pmr's and some don't have faith in pmr at that power level. but if you want the 450 horse you'll need the 38r, 160/100's at minimum,upgraded hpop (srp1, t500), studs, valve springs, push rods (not necessary but good for peace of mind), built tranny or a valve body and cooler to start, regulated return.
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bruce is correct you'll need alot of stuff and thousands of $s to make that kind of power. You seem to have the basics done try some custom tunes, maybe a wheel for your turbo, a regulated return and oil x over.


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bruce is correct you'll need alot of stuff and thousands of $s to make that kind of power. You seem to have the basics done try some custom tunes, maybe a wheel for your turbo, a regulated return and oil x over.
Thanks guys,, yeah money is not a problem i just want to do things rite thats all!!! Dont want to buy this and that then have it not work rite and have to buy something else,,, any shops i should reach out to for parts needed and 7.3 knowledge and as for tune i have a dp chip and am happy so far but am open to something better if there is such a thing!!!! Thanks again guys...

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Thankyou very much bruce!!!!!!!
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