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Old 01-16-2013, 06:57 PM
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03/04 should not need a tuner, and will pass emissions due to there not being visual inspection.

Ive never had a problem stock tuned and deleted going through emissions at all
Hey have you ever heard of RPM Northwest in Puyallup?
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:13 PM
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You can always pull the fuse to your OBD port, then they just hook it up to your battery. No info from your computer = pass

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Old 01-16-2013, 07:22 PM
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Hey have you ever heard of RPM Northwest in Puyallup?
Yeah it used to be Boyer Custom Truck. I met Scott back in 2008 at the NHRDA race @ PIR. Haven't talked to him since. BUT, i do have to go down there tomorrow and take a look at some wheels and tires.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:23 PM
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I know we are talking 6.0 here but I will be putting BPD egr coolers on my 6.4 when they start leaking. I have a real good feeling that the reason I have't blown a head gasket yet is because the coolers are still in place.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:32 PM
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I really have to delete my EGR and change my oil cooler and coolant.

I keep putting it off, but I know if I don't do it soon I'm gonna blow a headgasket.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:33 PM
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Yeah it used to be Boyer Custom Truck. I met Scott back in 2008 at the NHRDA race @ PIR. Haven't talked to him since. BUT, i do have to go down there tomorrow and take a look at some wheels and tires.
Thats good to hear. He gave me the best quote so far for what I want done but the biggest downside is that if I understood him correctly he wont warranty anything (including the work) if I bring in my own parts. I understand where hes is coming from as far as the parts not being supplied by him and I also understand there could be a serious debate as far as the part or the installation failing but I feel like I could save a few hundred bucks if I started ordering the parts myself.

For instance he has the ARP studs at over $500 on his website and when I asked him about it he said ARP raised the price.

On the other hand his quote was very reasonable even with the high stud price. Plus he obviously knows his stuff.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:43 PM
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Thats good to hear. He gave me the best quote so far for what I want done but the biggest downside is that if I understood him correctly he wont warranty anything (including the work) if I bring in my own parts. I understand where hes is coming from as far as the parts not being supplied by him and I also understand there could be a serious debate as far as the part or the installation failing but I feel like I could save a few hundred bucks if I started ordering the parts myself.

For instance he has the ARP studs at over $500 on his website and when I asked him about it he said ARP raised the price.

On the other hand his quote was very reasonable even with the high stud price. Plus he obviously knows his stuff.
I've heard that before about him. *shrug* IDK. I do all my own work so I can't comment on others.
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At least you guys only have one cooler to replace if you go that route I have 2
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:24 PM
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At least you guys only have one cooler to replace if you go that route I have 2
Just get rid of em. Thats what i plan doing to my 6.4
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