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well, done everything i can think off any further advise
well here we go. I bought truck for good price then quickly figured out why. After lots of research i decided to just get after it best i could. I have had it torrn down for a month and here is what i did. tore down to short block, removed oil cooler and installed BDP remote air to oil cooler, welded exhaust side of egr cooler shut, put in ARP studs with oem gaskets, blue spring fuel pressure, and new low ressure oil pump. also cleaned surgicaly oil vally and ipr to include new screen etc.. i switched to T6 Rottella 5-40 right now i see EOT's after an hour around 180-190 and ECT's 190 +/- 5 degrees. truck running really strong just want to know if temps look good. Also i ruptured my tranny cooler so set up a remote under the bed with a fan to engauge at 170, i used a hydrolic cooler from work designed for iso 68 hydrolic fluid. It is a large cooler and should do fine but was wondering if there is any kind of back pressure requirment for tranny, or is free flowing a good thing? I know lots of questions thanks for your help!!!
2003 F-250 superduty. BDP egr delete, Edge Juice with attitude, BPD air to oil cooler, ARP studs, Blue spring, Banks 4 inch cat back, custom remote tranny cooler, BPD 58 volt FICM, NEW full engine wire harness, reman motorcraft injectors, and 440AH battery bank in back to feed 2000 watt sine wave inverter. Also custom heat sinks and fans to cool FICM. and still going!!😜