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Question OK WHO OUT THERE HAS GOT THEIR 6.4L 650+HP

IS THARE ENEYONE OUT THARE THAT IS GOT 650 700 OR 800 HP AND IF SO HOW DID YOU GIT THARE I GOT MY 6.4L AND WHEN I GIT BACK FROM AFG I WILL HAVE A LOT OF MONEY TO DUMP IN TO IT AND JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU GUYS OUT THARE ARE DOING THANKS GUYS

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IS THARE ENEYONE OUT THARE THAT IS GOT 650 700 OR 800 HP AND IF SO HOW DID YOU GIT THARE I GOT MY 6.4L AND WHEN I GIT BACK FROM AFG I WILL HAVE A LOT OF MONEY TO DUMP IN TO IT AND JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU GUYS OUT THARE ARE DOING THANKS GUYS

now are you talking those hp levels on fuel only or with the aid of nitrous? For a reliable fuel only 700 your looking at spending about 18k just in parts and another 4k in labor if you don't plan on doing all the work your self.
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with or with out, just want the info
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now are you talking those hp levels on fuel only or with the aid of nitrous? For a reliable fuel only 700 your looking at spending about 18k just in parts and another 4k in labor if you don't plan on doing all the work your self.
with and with out just want the info
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with and with out just want the info
some have gotten into the 600hp range with the aid of nitrous with nothing but intake tuner and dpf delete. but if your looking for a reliable 700+ on fuel get ready to open your wallet to have that fun. Just browse through the pages on here and you will find plenty of information on what people are doing and who is the most recommend companies to deal with.

My truck dynoed 513/1052 with 38x15.5x20 tires on the 275v2 tune from spartan I'm certain that if I had some spray I could have been in the 600hp range. And all I have done is the intake programmer and dpf delete.
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some have gotten into the 600hp range with the aid of nitrous with nothing but intake tuner and dpf delete. but if your looking for a reliable 700+ on fuel get ready to open your wallet to have that fun. Just browse through the pages on here and you will find plenty of information on what people are doing and who is the most recommend companies to deal with.

My truck dynoed 513/1052 with 38x15.5x20 tires on the 275v2 tune from spartan I'm certain that if I had some spray I could have been in the 600hp range. And all I have done is the intake programmer and dpf delete.
what if i run a full 5''ex and delete it all! and afe si2 afe incooler and spartan 310 you think i will be in the 600hp and thin run 100 shot of nos? to git the 700hp i know i will need to do a full suncost tras and arp head studs but if i do the head stud iam doing the injectors but how big? i just dont have eney friends that are doing fords thay all love the cumjuck
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Even with the 310 you'll be around 550-570. As fr as the intercooler goes itll help with lower egts but really no hp numbers that's significant. The trans will help longevity of the power. I would also suggest an egr delete with wastegae and 4" dp as well. And as far as injectors 60hp would be the highest due toyou not mentioning any hpfp modifications
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im confused by the hpfp comment......these trucks run the fuel pressure at 30k in the fuel rail.....i dont think you need much more pressure than that.i am willing to be wrong but explain why you would need a larger pump
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Even with the 310 you'll be around 550-570. As fr as the intercooler goes itll help with lower egts but really no hp numbers that's significant. The trans will help longevity of the power. I would also suggest an egr delete with wastegae and 4" dp as well. And as far as injectors 60hp would be the highest due toyou not mentioning any hpfp modifications
oya i for got the airdog 2
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im confused by the hpfp comment......these trucks run the fuel pressure at 30k in the fuel rail.....i dont think you need much more pressure than that.i am willing to be wrong but explain why you would need a larger pump
It's not for more pressure but the ability to maintain rail pressure with the larger tunes so your not draining your fuel rails

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oya i for got the airdog 2
as far as the air dog 2 it's a geeat upgrade from our stock low pressure fuel pump and can be later modified to run directly to the high pressure fuel pump from elite diesel
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