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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-16-2010, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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*** 6.0 Owners Read This First Before Posting ***

If your looking for Techinical Support here is the best location
[6.0L - Technical Info] - Powerstroke Nation

If you have anything you want to check out in the aftermarket and performance side of the 6.0s check out this forum first.
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If you have technical questions or information post them here, this will pertain to most of the stuff that came factory on your 6.0
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Also one of the best things is the 6.0 bible if you have any questions, about part locations, and other aspects of the motor the bible can help you.
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I am also going to add a suspension thread where you can post pictures of your truck, post the lift/lower size of your truck, what size/brand of wheels/ offset/ as well as tire size etc
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Re: *** 6.0 Owners Read This First Before Posting ***

exhaust isnt gunna be the difference maker on messing up your heads
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Re: *** 6.0 Owners Read This First Before Posting ***

Originally Posted by BranodizingKailua View Post
What is the best way to go? Aftermarket egr cooler, or delete kit? Will it still pass emissions, and how do I find out?
I just replaced my egr cooler with a delete kit and now everything is fine. It was blowing white smoke. But if you replace you egr cooler or get a delete make sure you replace the oil cooler while your down there. For the egr to fail the oil cooler fails first 99% of the time.
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