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06 6.0 what to do

i just got an 06 and dont know what to do. im getting the new sct but dont know what else to do to make it run strong. if you have any susgestions let me know. thx
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Re: 06 6.0 what to do

head studs and egr delete

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Re: 06 6.0 what to do

going to agree with rob and would also do some exhaust.
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Intake, 4" exhaust system, headstuds, EGR delete, CCV re-route, SCT programmer with Eric's tunes, gauges: EGT, fuel pressure, tranny temp, boost, HPOP pressure, oil pressure...

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Re: 06 6.0 what to do

do you think just head studs will work and not blow my #### wit a chip
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do you think just head studs will work and not blow my #### wit a chip
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Re: 06 6.0 what to do

go with a Quick Tricks Automotive Performance Tune (formerly Dj's diesel performance, maker of the "Looney Tune". Trere on Comp D if you need to find em)

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Re: 06 6.0 what to do

innovative, elite, gogo, gearhead, and quick tricks are all good tuners. i switch between innovative and elite tunes and i love them. i havent used go go or gearhead but ive talked to both of the guys on here and they are both very knowledgable and helpful. i would also look into a coolant filter kit. along with everything extended said.

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go with a Quick Tricks Automotive Performance Tune (formerly Dj's diesel performance, maker of the "Looney Tune". Trere on Comp D if you need to find em)
I cant find quick trick on compD as a vendor!? Are they just on there and not a supporting vendor?

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