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Old 09-01-2008, 10:07 AM
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Need some help... (but not urgent)

I was looking at buying an 06/07 ford superduty powerstroke 6.0 in the next year (2009). I have a couple questions...

If I was going to add guages, egr blocker($220 from elite) sct, 4inch exhaust (mbrp), injectors (90hp/ stage 2), and turbo (vgt-ss from elite)
Would I need to upgrade the fuel system to an airdog or a fass???
I know on cummins forum when I read someone adds injectors and turbo they recommend to upgrade the fuel system (or I am reading something false )

Would something like this be enough (stage 1)
Elite Diesel Engineering Fuel Systems for 6.0L Powerstroke

Would that be too much fuel for the vgt-ss?? (high egts)??


Thanks hopefully someone understands what I am saying/ asking

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Old 09-01-2008, 10:13 AM
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you prob shuold if your going to get the best benefit from your performance. you can get a regulated fuel return kit from ITP diesel that would help out alot as well, but the time to buy a diesel is now while they are dirt cheap (used).

holy moley, 900 from Elite, thats alot of $$$, ITP has one similair for 600.
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the time to buy a diesel is now while they are dirt cheap (used).
If my moms car would blow up I could buy one right now but it doesn't make sense cause there is nothing wrong with her car and insurance is high (Im 19) and there's no more room on our drive way for another vehicle.

Thanks for saving me some money also
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Insurance is gonna be a lot more on a Super Duty than most cars. I'm 32 with no accidents or tickets, and mine is over 1200 a year. My old gas truck cost half as much for the same coverage. My car costs around $550.
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Don't forget headstuds.
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Insurance is gonna be a lot more on a Super Duty than most cars. I'm 32 with no accidents or tickets, and mine is over 1200 a year. My old gas truck cost half as much for the same coverage. My car costs around $550.
really? thats kinda high

I pay about 600 for full coverage on my SD
and about 180 for liability on my camaro

every 6 months
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really? thats kinda high

I pay about 600 for full coverage on my SD
and about 180 for liability on my camaro

every 6 months
i think it depends where you live... i was paying 220 a month for my SD no tickets no accidents
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really? thats kinda high

I pay about 600 for full coverage on my SD
and about 180 for liability on my camaro

every 6 months
Your insurance rates are super low there. Mine is registered in Houston. The auto theft rate if huge here, so that has something to do with it. I've had my other truck registered in rural Kentucky, though, and it wasn't but a few dollars cheaper than Houston. Everything seems to be cheaper in Ok. Maybe I should get place out there just to register my vehicles. LOL
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i think it depends where you live... i was paying 220 a month for my SD no tickets no accidents
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Your insurance rates are super low there. Mine is registered in Houston. The auto theft rate if huge here, so that has something to do with it. I've had my other truck registered in rural Kentucky, though, and it wasn't but a few dollars cheaper than Houston. Everything seems to be cheaper in Ok. Maybe I should get place out there just to register my vehicles. LOL
I didnt think about that

not much autotheft where I live, I have 1 neighbor within a 1/2 mile
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