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Old 09-12-2010, 07:02 PM
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What next for my 6.4

I have saved up some money and I don't know what I want to do next so lets see what you guys have to say. I'm deciding between a dual disk and 275/310 tune or Kenwood Indash Tv, Train Horns, and possibly a Iron Bull front bumper.
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Nice to see somebody else that has got a 6 speed. I'm just waiting for my clutch to go before I get the 3250# SBC Dual Disc. What tune are you running now? I've found that the 125 tune is the best so far on the manual trucks. The 210 redlines at 3250 and just doesn't have as much power as the 125. Spartan says they are working on it. My stock clutch slips bad at half throttle with the 250. If you get the clutch please let me know how it works out. I'm interested in noise increase and driveability. Thanks
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I see you're in Johnson City. I used to live in Abingdon, VA and would make it down there whenever the wife wanted to go shopping. We go back and forth fairly regularly. Would love to get together next time I'm out there.
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my vote................save for a little while longer, and get it all!!
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Id get the clutch and tunes. You might as well upgrade the clutch now while you have the money to do it right and make it last vs. having it let go on you later down the line and have to baby it till you can get it fixed. You can always hold off on the extra tunes and do the clutch and the indash tv, thats what I would do.
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Yeh clutch first no matter what. I wouldnt add a heavy bumper with the stock clutch just yet it will just add more weight.
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Just drive it, put the money in the bank for a rainy day.
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Old 09-13-2010, 06:01 AM
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I see you're in Johnson City. I used to live in Abingdon, VA and would make it down there whenever the wife wanted to go shopping. We go back and forth fairly regularly. Would love to get together next time I'm out there.
Yeah sounds good. I'm at school at UT right now but holidays, summer, and some weekends i'm town so whenever you're headed that way just let me know and we will hang out and talk trucks. Most of my buddies are either duramax or cummins guys and most anybody I know that drives a powerstroke don't know what they are talking about so its always nice to talk trucks with someone who knows something more about trucks than my powerstroke buddies who think superchips and a straight pipe is insane power

PS. Im going with the soundbend 650hp clutch, part number FDD3250-64CB
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Yeah sounds good. I'm at school at UT right now but holidays, summer, and some weekends i'm town so whenever you're headed that way just let me know and we will hang out and talk trucks. Most of my buddies are either duramax or cummins guys and most anybody I know that drives a powerstroke don't know what they are talking about so its always nice to talk trucks with someone who knows something more about trucks than my powerstroke buddies who think superchips and a straight pipe is insane power

PS. Im going with the soundbend 650hp clutch, part number FDD3250-64CB
Is UT the University of Texas, or are you going to school in Utah?
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Old 09-13-2010, 10:12 AM
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Is UT the University of Texas, or are you going to school in Utah?
You know the only UT that matters is the University of Tennessee.
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