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Old 05-24-2015, 05:56 PM
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The inevitable happened with my 6.4. -
Cracked #5 piston on a studded motor on my hdstreet tune.

She's getting tore down, at a reputable shop (local) and I've been dreaming of an affordable yet decently potent build ever since.

Currently I have 71/59 pushing air, full ******s, no limit everything almost , mishi radiator.

Curious as to what y'all think about as far as the rebuild components- right now I'm on the Carrillo and mahle bus , and considering a mild cam-/and supporting valve train aid. Trans will be getting rebuilt and also adding an ad2/ keeping stock injectors until I can afford to really feed her.

Just curious what some of you have gone with, and some advice on what to stay away from. Thanks in advance, and look fwd to hearing from y'all

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I'd stay away from the air dog and I'd probably swap out the 71 for a 72. A 72 would be good for down the road if you do push more fuel. I'd also probably get the BD 6.0 manifolds and up pipe kit.
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I'd stay away from the air dog and I'd probably swap out the 71 for a 72. A 72 would be good for down the road if you do push more fuel. I'd also probably get the BD 6.0 manifolds and up pipe kit.
Honestly, an Airdog is perfectly fine for a low pressure system like a 6.4.
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Old 05-24-2015, 10:12 PM
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I'd stay away from the air dog and I'd probably swap out the 71 for a 72. A 72 would be good for down the road if you do push more fuel. I'd also probably get the BD 6.0 manifolds and up pipe kit.
I should have included more supporting mods in relation to turbo plumbing. It's a Rudy's set up accompanied with their HD up-pipe kit. Also the AD will just replace the hpfp completely- mainly for added protection. Have two friends- each with horror stories of less than desirable fuel.
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Motor is enroute to Jim at Engine Services in GA. Also adding a Spearco IC, AD 165, and AD upgrade. Hamilton valve train components are going in, heads are getting o-ringed. Hopefully have some pics in a few weeks, and be back on the road with the addition of custom tunes from KEM, or PIP. We'll see how this goes....
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i would try ******** tunes personally.
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i would try ******** tunes personally.

He's on the list. Several of my friends run his tunes, all are pleased. The specific build I will end up with is virtually the same as a friends, and the proven power etc....is what I'm after
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Couple pics of White Power before and after I upgraded to 20x12s.
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Old 06-13-2015, 11:04 PM
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Newton Fat boy bars.....night and day difference. Getting painted white while motor is getting built


PS....the blocks are custom made 7" to work with the bars...and are for sale. Dropping her down closer to stock height.
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