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Thinking of getting 6.4

If I got a 6.4 what are some of the problems that will pop up. I would do exhaust, SCT and intake probably. How do these hold up to this. Would I have to end up deleting egr like on 6.0. They have anyproblems blowing head gaskets?
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If I got a 6.4 what are some of the problems that will pop up. I would do exhaust, SCT and intake probably. How do these hold up to this. Would I have to end up deleting egr like on 6.0. They have anyproblems blowing head gaskets?
Keep it on a street tune and you won't have issues. If you DD a race tune you could have tranny/headgasket issues. EGR is best to delete as always but issues aren't as frequent as the 6.oh

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I run the Black Maxx on Hot Damn for about 13,00 miles now. Never had problems. I mostly take it easy, but i'll smoke a camaro or two if i have to.
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I run the Black Maxx on Hot Damn for about 13,00 miles now. Never had problems. I mostly take it easy, but i'll smoke a camaro or two if i have to.
Thats what I'm talking about.....they never expect it....I would like to be able to hear what they are saying when they are getting smoked by a F250.

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I run the Black Maxx on Hot Damn for about 13,00 miles now. Never had problems. I mostly take it easy, but i'll smoke a camaro or two if i have to.
...and our trucks weigh up to 2-3x a Camaro!!!

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Thats what I'm talking about.....they never expect it....I would like to be able to hear what they are saying when they are getting smoked by a F250.

...I'm sure it's humiliating, especially with all of that black soot all over their faces!!!

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