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Default 2011 F-350 with aftermarket parts

I just test drive a 2011 F-350 DRW 69k miles. It has h&s tuner no limit egr,def ****** kit mpd piping in red coating and think it's a hxe turbo with 5" exhaust. Sounds really good and has a nice whistle. I'm not too familiar with the 6.7's. I've read about turbo issues and cooling problems. It has a hose coming out of the degas bottle sinister diesel. The programmer ask for a key code. The dealer has zero info on this stuff so I'm asking you guys is this a good deal? Is this the right parts? I don't like the air filter cause it's uncovered unlike my 7.3 s&b.
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Here's a pic of turbo
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Default 2011 F-350 with aftermarket parts

Look at manufacture date if after 4/11 it should not have the valve metallurgy issue that can grenade a motor. Just something to be aware of on gen 1. MPD kits with a BW SXE turbo came with everything from 363 up to 369 and think I see the BW stamp. Might have a dual fueler setup with that turbo. Has some good upgrades you want to see on a 11 with SS turbo gone. Some of the better flowing intakes from NL are uncovered and the MPD kit comes with an uncovered intake. As far as the H&S key code may need to be unlocked no telling what dealer did with it. Unsure without looking at a few screens. Have a 3rd party mechanic look over it.
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Where would the dual dueler be located? I looked underneath but I didn't notice any fuel filters hanging down. How can you tell what turbo? Probably would have to get with h&s and have it reprogrammed to the truck. Any idea of what hp and ft/lbs torque this truck would have? And I suppose the turbo break is gone? Very nice truck for sure and it's got some gumption!
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Dual fueled trucks would have an additional CP 3 HPFP run in place of the second alternator. Should be able to see it up in front of truck by belts. Also should see additional fuel lines at fuel filter under hood on driver side by coolant reservoir. H&S Performance is no longer in business you would need to find a company that deals with their equipment just take a look on forum. Turbo should be stamped with model number should be around manufacture stamp you have in photo. Probably 363 sxe if on stock fuel as thatís their popular budget kit. Iím not very familiar with MPD kits, but assuming 363 sxe with stock fuel high 4 to low 5 on HP and torque slips my mind probably high 8 to low 9. Really depends on turbo and fuel setup. Somebody with more knowledge on the MPD kits Iím sure will be along. Exhaust break could be programmed to be active in MCC custom tunes if you want. It just wonít have the switch like the new trucks, so itís always on.
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Thanks for the info. When I hit the pedal at take off it took a couple seconds to pick up and really go. I'd say around 1500 rpms then it really come to life. It's probably set on a stock tune or similar but plenty enough unless you're looking to race,which I don't care about that.
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Thanks for the info. When I hit the pedal at take off it took a couple seconds to pick up and really go. I'd say around 1500 rpms then it really come to life. It's probably set on a stock tune or similar but plenty enough unless you're looking to race,which I don't care about that.
There will be no option ever for an exhaust break on a non vgt turbo, unless you add a mechanical one. Personally, I wouldn't buy a truck modded like that unless it was dirt cheap. Firstly you have no idea what combo of parts was used therefore you could be getting someone else's problem child. Secondly the only person that would do mods like that would be an enthusiast so it has likely been thrashed.
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Dual fueled trucks would have an additional CP 3 HPFP run in place of the second alternator. Should be able to see it up in front of truck by belts. Also should see additional fuel lines at fuel filter under hood on driver side by coolant reservoir. H&S Performance is no longer in business you would need to find a company that deals with their equipment just take a look on forum. Turbo should be stamped with model number should be around manufacture stamp you have in photo. Probably 363 sxe if on stock fuel as thatís their popular budget kit. Iím not very familiar with MPD kits, but assuming 363 sxe with stock fuel high 4 to low 5 on HP and torque slips my mind probably high 8 to low 9. Really depends on turbo and fuel setup. Somebody with more knowledge on the MPD kits Iím sure will be along. Exhaust break could be programmed to be active in MCC custom tunes if you want. It just wonít have the switch like the new trucks, so itís always on.
I would say they'll make all of 500 on that 63 SXE.

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There will be no option ever for an exhaust break on a non vgt turbo, unless you add a mechanical one. Personally, I wouldn't buy a truck modded like that unless it was dirt cheap. Firstly you have no idea what combo of parts was used therefore you could be getting someone else's problem child. Secondly the only person that would do mods like that would be an enthusiast so it has likely been thrashed.


Correct. Forgot it was non-VGT turbo. Still would not look at even knowing the history of the stock turbos on 11-14 MY? I have read some people say donít buy unless you see the turbo replaced, because you know itís going to need one especially the 11s.
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Correct. Forgot it was non-VGT turbo. Still would not look at even knowing the history of the stock turbos on 11-14 MY? I have read some people say donít buy unless you see the turbo replaced, because you know itís going to need one especially the 11s.
All those turbo failures were with early tuning. Its very rare nowadays to hear of failures. Don't forget, its the same turbo from 11-14 and we don't hear of many failures on later models do we?
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