Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: out side chambersburg
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ok theres a good bit to check out so im gonna try and hit every thing that i can
1 look to see if it has a egr delete
2 look to see if it has studs or bolts you can do that by looking up iin the passenger side wheel well. look up above the header towards the front.
3 if you can get ahold of a scangauge or some sort of monitoring source and plug that in on your test drive check your deltas
4 look at all your fluids make sure they are good and not dirty trans mostly
5 during your drive feel for vibrations could be bad ball joints, bearings tierods etc.
6 look for any leaks and when you pop the hood look up atthe hood for any sprays look again after your test drive.
7 look all around your degass bottle for any white residue and down on the leaf springs on the driver side they could have cleaned it up under the hood but doubt they would on the leaf springs.
8 look at your turbo boots and cac boots
9 dive it like you own it work the turbo all the gears get it up to temp dont do any wot but check for shift flare and slipping
thats about it but theres more you can do thats the must dos that i can think of at the moment
arp studs and all new gasgets
blue spring.... its really blue
full egr delete
coolant bypass and fillters
rotella red elc
cummings 5.9l banjo bolts
4 inch turbo back
Custom tunes by spe
2.7 leveling kit
next on the list
new injector$ $$$$$
regulated fuel return
ficm & ecm to php along with my evo to be flashed
and half in my 401k lol
still have my 401k all of it