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What he said^^^^^
Also what I recommend is give them a call and talk to a representative. Tell them your plans, hp goal, and how your are going to use it. Also be realistic with your hp. A stock truck is around 250hp. You will be hard pressed to get above 400 hp. The previous owner of my truck put in a race clutch and thought it had all this hp and it makes it very hard to drive in every day operations.
Agreed. I replaced my clutch with a 450 HP rated one. I plan to get to that tho in the next 6 months.
But as of now it shifts kinda hard unless im getting on it or have a good load behind me, then it shifts like butter.
And just like previously said, replace your clutch fork! I learned the hard way.
2000 F-250 XCLB 4x4 6 Speed, PIS 175/80's, ARP's, 910's, CNC Fuel Lines, 6637 Intake, GTP38R WW2, 4" turbo back, Hydra with Powerstruck and PHP tunes. International Up-pipes, ISSPRO Boost, EGT, HPOP and Fuel Pressure gauges. SB Clutch. MB Diesel HPOP.
Future Parts: Trac bars