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post #1 of 2 Old 11-21-2010, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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So this is where i stand as of now. Running a 2004 F-350 6.0L It has a banks exhaust Bullet Proof EGR air cooler New Oil Cooler with ELC non silicate coolant. I put an Edge evolution programmer on and it is awesome. Truck is also jacked with 37" tires. I donít want to brake things as i try to add power though.

So next step is to finish some corrections (weak #1 injector and alignment due to bad lift install).

Then i guess my next step is an intake but which one and what are my possible issues compared to stock. And most important i would like to avoid hurting the trucks drive train. When do i need to modify the drive shaft and other components in regards to power... keep in mind the oversized tires.
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really the intake can wait. the stock ones are fairly good on these trucks and if you get one its almost for looks. it makes a small difference but not much. honestly if i were you i would be saving for head studs because its coming sooner or later. dont wanna put the curse on you but it happens. also i would have gone with a custom tuned sct but thats just me they run better than anything on the market for these trucks in my opinion.i wouldnt worry about the driveshaft for a long time! i have a dually and im runnin sct exhaust airdog intake reg return and some 35's and im just fine. but like i said i would start saving for the studs cuz its pricey.
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