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As Aggie said (and I forgot to mention), do the exhaust turbo back (4" or 5" DP). I also agree that if you do AD, do the 165. Personally, I would lean towards the Areomotive 1000 or Fuel Lab instead of AD....lots of people have not had issues with AD (especially it seems like the older ones), but others had problems with AD. From what I hear, AD does provide good customer service if it does fail. Finally, on the CAI, if your budget will allow, I would consider a No Limits CAI...it will be able to handle anything you could throw at it in case you do bigger turbos in the future.
For the sake of hearing different opinions, I personally think a new CAC is much further down on the list unless you tow heavy frequently. I am not saying that a new CAC isn't helpful or a good idea, its just I would do several other mods before I did the CAC unless you are having condensation issues with it (Ford released a SB on the early CACs regarding this).
I would do the CCV mod...its a DIY cheap mod. From there, it really depends on your goals as to whether you do anything else. I would start saving money for head studs if you like the skinny pedal. If you HGs ever fail and you have to lift the cab, the fun really begins...turbos, exh manny, up pipes, etc.
2008 F350 ZF6 daily driver
No Limits CAI and every air mod, MM w/ GH, DPF/CAT delete 5", Sean's 4" DP, SB DD 3850, Coolant Filter, Bushwacker flares, 2.5" Icon level, SD inserts tailgate/grill, PMF Tbars w/ 5" block, Elite EGR delete, Junior High Power Atmo, ARP studs, A-1000 (Marty's), Fuel Bowl Delete, 15% nozzles, Tial WG
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