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Old 04-03-2011, 04:08 PM
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sinister diesel 6.0 kit?

how good is the sinister diesel 6.0 kit with the egr delete, oil cooler and head studs. i was thinkin about gettin a 6.0 and savin my $ for the kit and doin it all in the fall if i get it. is this all i need to make it as reliable as a 7.3 without buyin a 7.3 lol
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Old 04-03-2011, 05:25 PM
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interested as well.
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Old 04-03-2011, 05:51 PM
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i clicked on the ad from here lol btw. the truck has new injectors.
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The odds are if you have a good oil cooler and either delete the egr or upgrade to a Bulletproof egr cooler, switch your coolant to a Cat EC-1 rated coolant you may never need head gaskets or studs.
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i just bought one off e bay for 150 bucks. i havnt gotten it n the mail yet. but it looked like the same set up as the other ones goin for 299.00
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Old 04-04-2011, 05:32 AM
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i just bought one off e bay for 150 bucks. i havnt gotten it n the mail yet. but it looked like the same set up as the other ones goin for 299.00
That's just the delete. The OP is asking about the full package to do the head gaskets/studs etc.
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Old 04-04-2011, 05:50 AM
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my bad.. miss red.
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The odds are if you have a good oil cooler and either delete the egr or upgrade to a Bulletproof egr cooler, switch your coolant to a Cat EC-1 rated coolant you may never need head gaskets or studs.
thats my take as well.
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well i mean id flush the coolant first thing and probably buy the bulletproof oil cooler and bulletproof egr delete. what other problems with the 6.0 are there
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my dad just bought the basic sinister kit from mkm customs, everything looks just like stock but better insides, all gaskets and all neatly packed. good deal compared to buying it all in parts from the factory.
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