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Old 01-17-2013, 06:21 PM
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Alright guys here's the complete list of parts

Afe cold air intake
Afe 5inch exhaust wth muffler
Diamond 4inch turbo down pipe
H&S mini maxx CUSTOM MMC 315 tune
Sperco intercooler
Cold air side pipe
BBV blow off calve
NEW intercooler boots(and clams)
FASS 150 gph fuel pump with fuel warmer
New performance radiator
New water pump
Mag tech transmission pan
Mag tec rear differential pan
River city diesel oil pan
Oneupoffroad traction bars
Sinister egr delete with elbow
Sinister coolant filter
Replaced coolant and all liquids

This is pretty much all mods

I think thats it for now(until studs give out)

My trucks 2wd and i clocked my truck at 0-60mph in 4.1 seconds.

My transmission slips bad. In the shift from 4 tc lock up to 5th tc lock up


Ok now new soon mods i want to do

(Aura 5000 single turbo kit)(says can hit 60psi)
Some 100 hp injectors
And twin k-16 fuel pump

Also anyone know if RCD torque converter will solve my trans problem

Also how hard is it to change?!

Guys i love my truck.

My dad hates my becauae he has a bran spanking new 2001 7.3 with 8000miles
And he has had professionals do all work and he still cant keep up with me!!!

I do all my work on my truck. If the heads lift im doing it myself.

Guys i work. Ok i pay for insurance,and fuel.

The reason i was able to afford this stuff was by the grace of God!!
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:22 PM
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Ccv mod too
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Old 01-18-2013, 05:15 AM
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Even stock your pops truck wont keep up with a 6.4

Your going to lift the heads, why not jsut do it now before you lift them and do damage in the process.

The stock bolts arnt really designed to see over 40 PSI of boost.

Also no i dont think a torque converter will stop the trans from slipping. Its slipping due to the clutch packs being roasted with the excessive power you have added to the truck.

A torque convert will only amplify this problem and cause you to drop the trans 2x.

Save your coin, get a solid rebuilt trans with the right clutches and shafts.
Get the Head studs done before you warp a head and have to replace it too.

Honestly your abusing your truck not helping it with what your doing.

Its like making you run 5 miles right now with no shoes. You could do it sure but your feet will be torn up and sore for days because your not condidtioned to run with out shoes.
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Old 01-18-2013, 05:54 AM
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Yea i never pushed it. That was one times.and trust me its way too much power!!!

Ok about the transmission.

Im thinking suncoast transmissions for replacement.

Yup about the studs im going to lift them off later in a couple months ( im gonna do the whole thread about the process)

I never push my truck trust me my dads decisions of trying to race that 7.3 killed it. I haf to go tow him home with my truck.

So what do you think of doing a single turbo?
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Old 01-18-2013, 06:07 AM
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If you are going to do the tranny i would recommend an 1600 stall RCD torque converter, billed low/reverse hub, iron pac 3 rebuild kit and billet input shaft. That should give you a strong tranny that will hold up to the power.
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Do a full tranny, not just a TC. I would do a suncoast tranny, with an RCD TC. There have been some guys that have killed the suncoast TC. I include myself in that group. I havent killed it yet, but its getting pretty weak, and I only have 45k on it. My stocker lasted 96k. Im going to go ahead and pull it out and put an RCD in it as soon as the weather and my schedule permits.
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