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Old 06-14-2012, 10:59 AM
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best mods to burn rubber?

I have a 2003 350 7.3 , and im trying to find out what i should put in it to make it as fast as possible. right now i have a superchip in it, and 4" mbrp straight pipe. I dont know if that makes it slower/faster, just letting you know whats currently on it.

any help please
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That all depends on your budget. Id start by dumping that superchips for a dp or ts custom tuned chip. Make your self a diy intake. And than after that lots of $$$ Your trucks a stick or auto?

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Dump the superchip, get a dp tuner or swamps, terminator hpop, regulated return, gauges, bts tranny and a turbo an injectors

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Full billet bottom end, half fill, di ported heads, gearhead cam, h11's, 400/400, gen3, gtx4202, bts.
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I'm going to sell my superchip to a buddy, then are you talking about getting a tuner like one of these, Programmers - Tuning - 1994.5 - 2003 Powerstroke 7.3L - Ford Powerstroke

or is it a chip like one of these, Chips - Tuning - 1994.5 - 2003 Powerstroke 7.3L - Ford Powerstroke
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no silly like this
7.3L Power Stroke Bean's Diesel Performance Chip - Custom Tunes - Electronic Performance - (1994-1997) 7.3L - Power Stroke
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yea that one looks awesome

but also i was checking out new headers and i found these, 1999-2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty - Gibson Headers - Ceramic Stainless Steel - Ford F-250 Super Duty Headers - Ford F-250 Super Duty Exhaust - Ford Exhaust - Performance Exhaust

would you recommend those?
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those are for a gas burner
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the only headers i have found are on dfuser.com made by black widow diesel and they are 1,000 bucks. waste of money.
buy a new turbo for 1,300! lol
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ya lol that's true... so like right now what should I do first? sell the chip and get a new one? or save a little more for the turbo
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