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Old 12-24-2012, 09:32 PM
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Moderators: We need stickies!!

As many of us active members know, there are threads being posted DAILY with questions about which tuners, exhaust, 6.4 problems vs 6.0 problems, the list goes on. We need some stickies on these subjects because these threads regarding the basic 6.4 mods and bulletproofing and ect are being posted multiple times a day and its becoming highly annoying answering the same chit everyday and it's not the newbies fault, there's not any stickies to help these newbies out or the people interested in researching the 6.4's.

So can we get some 6.4 stickies going??


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couldnt agree more. we have atleast 3 or 4 a day on here. that would be very helpful for us and the newbs
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:45 PM
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Sure would...it's highly annoying and hard not to take frustration out on the op's but it ain't they're fault. Now if we have stickies and they're still postin that chit up then yes we can chew a little azz lol


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1. Bulletproofing (ie intake/tuner/exhaust).
2. 4" vs 5" exhaust
3. Which tuner is best

Top 3 I see every few hours...

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4. Why get a 6.4? (ie 7.3 vs 6.0 vs 6.4 vs 6.7)

Btw the correct answer to the last question is "Because RACETRUCK!"

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Post some links to the threads that you feel need to be stuck and we'll look at it
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Old 12-25-2012, 06:02 AM
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1. Bulletproofing (ie intake/tuner/exhaust).
2. 4" vs 5" exhaust
3. Which tuner is best

Top 3 I see every few hours...

Edit:
4. Why get a 6.4? (ie 7.3 vs 6.0 vs 6.4 vs 6.7)

Btw the correct answer to the last question is "Because RACETRUCK!"

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Yeah definitely most asked question is "why get a 6.4". I am about sick of that question and my answer from here on out is going to be "Because they're badass so just get one and STFU!" Lol


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Like Eric said, Feel free to write up some posts and we'll look at them. Frankly, we don't beat up people because they ask questions. This isn't like other forums where you are expected to read all the FAQ's, Sticky's, or other forum BS before asking a question because you don't feel you should be bothered. EVERYONE started out with those same questions.
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Old 12-25-2012, 11:17 AM
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Well yeah.. But we need stickies like the 7.3 and the 6.0 sections have. Because like everybody is saying above. The same damn questions are being asked when that can solved by having stickies like the Previous truck model sections have.
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Old 12-25-2012, 11:21 AM
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We can sticky any thread, but you need to write the thread or point us to where the thread is currently posted.
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Sure would...it's highly annoying and hard not to take frustration out on the op's but it ain't they're fault. Now if we have stickies and they're still postin that chit up then yes we can chew a little azz lol


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You need to drop the attitude, we have always prided ourselves as a site about no blowing people up for asking the same questions.

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Like Eric said, Feel free to write up some posts and we'll look at them. Frankly, we don't beat up people because they ask questions. This isn't like other forums where you are expected to read all the FAQ's, Sticky's, or other forum BS before asking a question because you don't feel you should be bothered. EVERYONE started out with those same questions.



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Well yeah.. But we need stickies like the 7.3 and the 6.0 sections have. Because like everybody is saying above. The same damn questions are being asked when that can solved by having stickies like the Previous truck model sections have.
Did you even read what Shawn and Eric posted?
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