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#76 heron

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Posted 19 June 2010 - 10:44 PM

On my signature...:whistling:

Edited by heron, 09 May 2012 - 08:04 AM.

2011 312BH, foldable PVC bed rail mod, bu camera mod, fantastic fans, Husky tongue jack, custom black out curtains, clean dump(rear socket), Equalizer 12K hitch, 2 HONDA generators.........
TV: 07' GMC Sierra Classic 2500HD LBZ SLT, CC,SB,2WD
4" downpipe back MBRP exhaust, EFI live DSP5 Idaho Rob(450rwhp/925ft.lbs torque), Banks Speedbrake, Nicktane auxillary fuel filter(cat 2mic rear)/Nicktane stock replacement synthetic 1 micron front, Kennedy dual lift pumps, FS2500 oil bypass, All synthetic fluids, Transgo Jr., Weathertec's, Nasta SS nerf bars, ARE Z topper,Bedrug, hoppy tailgate assist, EZ down tailgate assist, Bilstein's, Husky flaps, Lund bugguard, Astrostart 2505A, Factory Dual Alternators, HIR lights, Kennedy headlight harness, DDM tuning 35w 5000K fog lights, Pilot Navigator BU lights, Cognito Pitman and Idler braces, Hellwig Front, extra large camper rear sway bar, Mich 265 LTX M/S 2, TTT mirrors with lights, Pioneer Avic D3 with Boyo VTL 300 BU camera, Boyo VTB100 BU camera on TT with switch, FS and EGR Blocker plate, EGR cooler bypass, PCV re-route, liquid cab mounts, Curt 15521 hitch(15K, 1500 tongue), Reese front hitch, Air Lift 5000 air bags

#77 WERA976

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 08:24 PM

2004 F-350 Lariat, ~ 128,500 miles
2WD Crew Cab, Long bed, Dually, 6.0L PSD, Automatic
Done: Sirius Satellite Radio; Coolant Filtration System; Prodigy Brake Controller; 4" Turbo-Back Exhaust, cat delete; FoMoCo "Blue Spring" upgrade; Galaxy DX959, Astatic mic & Wilson 1K; Edge Insight CTS; ARP head studs, FoMoCo head gaskets, FoMoCo oil cooler, EGR delete, HPOP, IPR; HFCM Updated Drain Plug.

Some shots of the studs/head gaskets being installed:

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What? You only lift the hood on your truck? We lift the cab off the frame on ours! :-)


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2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty; 6.0L PSD
2010 Keystone Outback 280RS
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#78 CBR

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Posted 31 August 2015 - 10:45 AM

All of the mods on my truck have been appearance in nature. Rest of it is stock.

Here is a couple of pics of the truck I took this morning.

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I have added WeatherTech DigitalFit Liners (1st and 2nd Row), WeatherTech TechLiner Bed Liner with Tailgate, Leer 100XR Truck Cap (painted Ruby Red Metallic to match the truck), Front License Plate Bracket, Engine Block Heater Installed, WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors, WeatherTech MudFlaps (Front & Rear), Westin Sportsman Grille Guard (Stainless Steel)

Been happy with all of the mods except the WeatherTech Bed Liner (Never really fit the bed like I thought it should) and the WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors (These are so think and because they fit inside the window track the truck thinks there is an obstruction and auto open almost every time I close the window.)

Here is a pic of the truck with its Winter shoes on (275/55R20 Michelin Latitude Ice-X winters mounted on Granite Alloy GV5R wheels.

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Me, DW, 2 Chihuahua/Jack Russell mix pups (Desi & Lucy) guard the place. Lucy is my avatar!!!
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#79 Herbicidal

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Posted 31 August 2015 - 10:31 PM

Totally forgot this topic was even here! Looks good CBR! I'm partial to the dark rims myself. thumbleft No idea why... :whistling:

Since my last post in here, I sold my 1st gen Tundra and bought a used 2nd gen. Guess I need to do an update post myself.
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* Yamaha 3000iSEB generator, Atwood 3500 heavy duty jack, Prodigy brake controller.
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#80 CBR

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Posted 01 September 2015 - 02:35 PM

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Me, DW, 2 Chihuahua/Jack Russell mix pups (Desi & Lucy) guard the place. Lucy is my avatar!!!
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#81 Todd&Regan

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Posted 15 October 2015 - 08:59 PM

Holy thread revival! I never knew this thread existed! Now to get on the topic, I'm planning on getting the emission d-letes done on my 2012 6.7 PSD by next spring sometime. I've already purchased the EGR d-lete kit and EGT probe, now need to purchase the exhaust system and programmer. Any other 6.7 PSD owners with these deletes done? On the powerstroke forum I read nothing but good things from the guys that have deleted. I hate the exhaust regeneration process, and the thought of the engine oil being contaminated by fuel and soot thanks to exhaust regeneration and the EGR.

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#82 Todd&Regan

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Posted 22 January 2016 - 12:05 AM

Well I did it!  They sure did wake up the 6.7 PSD!  I'm keeping the minimax on the stock power level as that is plenty of power for my needs, and noticeable more power just with the stock exhaust removed.  My fuel economy has so far jumped up 3 MPG for city driving.


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