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hi from the mountains of Divde

Hi everyone new here and new to powerstroke
I have 2005 F350 4dr long bed fx4 lariat with ranch hand bumpers front and back and all i have done so far is a DSL (yes im cheap )4in turbo back exhaust sounds great .
looking for info on what else to do as for mods as im going to be driving back from Divide to Denver so looking for performance and fuel economy
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Welcome to the chapter Chris! I responded to you first intro with a couple ideas for you. Check out these threads and get involved with everyone. We have a GREAT group of members that are always willing to help out and share info.

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I'm guessing that you didn't lose nearly as much as it appeared. Spills are like that. The last beer that I spilled was like a million ounces.
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thanks ive been told to get an egr delete and an sct live wire whats your thoughts on that also been told to do a rebuild on my turbo with a faster spooling wheel ?
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also a dry cold air intake
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Do you have to have emission testing where you have your truck registered?


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Hell No
My exhaust is pretty much straight piped all i have on is the muffler which came with my kit
up here at 9000ft no emissions
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Welcome to the site! I guess Ive never seen a Ranch Hand rear bumper...throw a pic on here if you don't mind!

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Well then, I would definitely do an EGR delete. The live wire is a nice all in one combo, there are some pretty informative threads here about that, just compare the cost of one of those to the cost of buying an SCT X3 and a CTS. Make sure you get the EGT robe, last time I checked the EGT probe for the livewire was pretty pricey. As far as intake goes, the stoke one is sufficient up to 500hp, but if you have the money and really want to do one, I would suggest either an AFE, Airaid, or S&B.


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Welcome to the site! I guess Ive never seen a Ranch Hand rear bumper...throw a pic on here if you don't mind!
Had not ever seen or heard of one either until today. Saw this one on CL earlier.
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