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post #1 of 24 Old 11-13-2010, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Just signed papers on a 07

well about an hour ago i signed papers on a 2007 F250 lariat 4x4 crew cab,
41k miles. traded my 07 mustang v6 with 60k in on it. So ill be askin you 6oh guys some questions from time to time. im pretty savy with the 7.3 and have worked on 6ohs before but never owned one. will post new pics when i pick the truck up monday. It is bone stock except for the Sat. radio. so ill be wanting to do some upgrading. any thoughts yall have or who i need to get certain items from would be appreciated. Thanks

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Congrats bud..... a few things ill suggest

Gauges
Exhaust
coolant filter kit
custom tuned X3 with innovative tunes

now if you have a lil bit more money ARP headstuds and EGR delete

we can get you everything if your interested and most of those will be on sale for the black friday sale...

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Congrats cant wait to see some pics
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Thanks guys, I hope i got a good one, it looks and drives like it was very well taken care of. Thanks for the heads up on the sale Raul. Id like to do exhaust and intake to start. Then some tunes with a monitor for gauges. I just want to do it right to prevent problems and make it as close to bullit proof as possible.
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Thanks guys, I hope i got a good one, it looks and drives like it was very well taken care of. Thanks for the heads up on the sale Raul. Id like to do exhaust and intake to start. Then some tunes with a monitor for gauges. I just want to do it right to prevent problems and make it as close to bullit proof as possible.
np bud.. on a 6.0L you dont need to do an intake system... the stock one will flow more than enough air.... so that frees up money to do exhaust and gauges first

just let me know when your ready and ill shoot over some prices to you

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Congrats, I agree with Raul. the stock 6.0 intake is good to 500hp, I'd spend the money elsewhere

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Congrats! Just bought an '04 myself and I'm just starting to do the research on what I need to save up for. Already had to do exhaust though
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Thanks, and congrats on the 04 as well. Im looking into exhaust right now too and i havent even picked the truck up from the dealer yet. lol. cant wait till monday I have a friend that has a MBRP 5" cat back kit for my year model. hes been trying to sell it to me ever since he heard i got the truck. what do yall think of the cat back kits? i was thinkin if i did that i would just gut the cat and run the 5" back from there. The kit he has i new, still in the box. (wrecked the truck before install) :/ hes askin $300 for it. I like that it is 5" but i was kinda wanting a turbo back kit w cat delete. so anyone running a cat back system? how do you like it? same to yall who have turbo back kits? Thanks
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