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Hey guys, I just pulled the trigger on an '06 f250 ccsb fx4. This is my first ford EVER. After doing quite a bit of reading I bought an edge insight and installed it to make sure everything was copacetic. Now, I would like to move on to bigger and better things (things that would make this beast a mean one). I am sure to have lots of questions and would like to express my appreciation to those who have taken the time to explain things, as I have already learned a great deal through browsing this site. Although I have some coworkers who are die hard cummins fans, I chose to go the powerstroke route and stand behind my decision, which honestly was more a gut instinct than anything. I am curious as to the order in which to do the next steps I would like to pursue: EGR delete (w/ or W/O oil cooler, blue spring, exhaust, etc). I look forward to interacting on this site, thanks again.

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post #2 of 5 Old 04-02-2013, 04:26 PM
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Welcome! I would do them in the order that time permitted! Some go alot faster than others. If the deltas are high then I would address the oil cooler asap!

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