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Old 07-12-2012, 08:28 AM
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New to me 2001 F-350

Im not looking to make a crazy hp/torque truck. All im looking to do is increase performance. Keeping stock lift and tires til these wear out.

Currently has this intake, from what ive read should intall the 6637. With this current setup what is the best way to make the mod? Where can I order the filter? And can someone attach a build thread in here please? Any other intake advice besides the 6637 would be appreaciated!

I also plan on getting guages, think I know what I should get reading the threads. Advice here would be welcomed as well.

As far as exhaust, sensuous is 4 inch for what I want to do. I live in florida, along the coast. What company and type of metal should I get? SS? Alluminum?

Think im going to go with a Beans tuner, after all that. Any other recommendations?

Besides those upgrades what else should I be looking to do?
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Old 07-14-2012, 06:52 PM
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Bump for ANY input
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Old 07-14-2012, 07:46 PM
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The 6637 intake is very easy to install..just search 6637/DIY/Tymar intake and you'll find loads of information. I don't have many other answers to the other questions, other than based on what I've read you want to stay away from Beans and go with a TW or PHP tuner.
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Old 07-15-2012, 01:26 PM
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What did you read? All ive read was good things about Beans, except for the price
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To be honest I can't point to exactly what/where I've read it. I've been reading the forum for over a year, and have yet to do much to my truck. I know price was one of the main issues I remember reading about Beans. I guess I should have had data to back up my comment before posting. That's my bad.
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