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Old 10-23-2012, 01:05 PM
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Things to do to my 6.4

I have a F-350 with H&S Mini Maxx, S&B intake, Dpf/cat delete, Down pipe, Mbrp CAC pipe, Sinister Egr delete with elbow, and soon to be dieselsite cooler filtration system. I'm wondering what else I can do! I have a dually with 22.5 and trying to get the most mpg out of it. Just wonder what are some other good things I can do.
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I would say it looks like you have all the important stuff covered for reliability and fuel mileage . The only other thing I could suggest is to open up the exhaust a little more to 4" or 5".
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I would also recommend an airdog for better filtration/water seperation.
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Yeah I've been hearing good things about the airdog. Would you recommend the airdog 1 or 2?
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:15 AM
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airdog II 165
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What does the 165 mean?


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165 gph. I would also suggest the 5" exhaust. Made a difference in my truck. Actually made it quieter when cruising.
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That's what going to go with. What about head studs I've heard I would be safe. But they said I would need them
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That's what going to go with. What about head studs I've heard I would be safe. But they said I would need them
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That's what going to go with. What about head studs I've heard I would be safe. But they said I would need them
The head studs in the 6.4's are alot more reliable than those of the 6.0. The stock studs handle alot of power and abuse. If I had the cab up for some reason I would definitely get arp's installed but until that point my stock studs will be fine. There are a few guys who have done them cab on as well.
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