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We see plenty of trucks in the mod forums. if you have kept Your 6.4 rig stock post up mileage and if You have had any problems, if so what mileage did the problem start.



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Mine was purchased stock with 112,000mi on it. The only issue I have had with it was a hyper extended thermostat which was bad when I bought it. The previous owner had quite a few nasty things wrong with it but runs like a champ since then. Truck is no longer stock.
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I have an 08 lariat with 48,000 bone stock and had the egr and cac replaced at 62,000. The truck hated damp weather but after the cac was replaced, it runs fine in all weather. Truck has 65,000 miles on it now.
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Mine is stock, bought it at around 56k miles. It now has about 59k. Had to have all the radiator hoses, radiator and side coolant bucket replaced. Pretty much all of the coolant parts. No more leaks! Runs great! I have been wanting to do a dpf delete and tuner, but just not sure if I want to drop that money on something that may not be supported anymore. One quick question I have, do you need gauges if you go with the h&s xrt? It would be interesting to know who has high miles and if it is still stock.

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post #5 of 7 Old 03-18-2013, 09:31 PM
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Yes you'll need gauges, it's just a tuner only, no pid's


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Little bit of a derailment but I bought Spartan h and s went up to double its value when they stopped producing them. I don't own a 6.4 yet but all the research and common sense tells me Spartans the way to go they ONLY do psd common rail tuning. So long story short you would pay 1600 for a race XRT or 900 for one that wont delete or have a Spartan for 1200 that will delete and its actually worth 1200 for the features and benefits. I almost bought a race ready xrt till I realized I was getting less than I paid for. Just don't want you to the mistake I almost made

I couldnt have said it better myself.
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AND Spartans are full gauge full diagnostic monitors even with the dpf delete you don't need to worry about the 4 removed sensors.

I couldnt have said it better myself.
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