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Old 10-03-2013, 10:00 PM
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It used to be that way, apparently not anymore. But part of it could be to do with turning the automatic as well. I'm sure it doesn't take 150 ft-lbs to turn a 68rfe though.

You want to start with a tuner for sure. You need one of those to even start doing engine work. H&S Performance makes the best tuners for 6.7 Cummins. But with all the stuff going on with tuners and the EPA now it's getting more and more difficult to find a "race tuner" capable of deleting. Plus the prices have sky rocketed. You're looking at around $1600 for the tuner. Then you need an EGR delete and DPF delete kit. From there you can start doing more engine mods like head studs, intake horns, turbo's etc.
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