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Old 09-15-2013, 02:40 AM   #1
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I got a 1998 F250 LD 4x4

6 inch fabtech lift
37 inch Mud Grapplers
18 Inch Rockstars
Fresh paint job
Edge CS programmer
4.88 Gears

Plans:
Supercharger
Ladder bars
Dual shocks
Prerunner bumpers front and rear
Dual exhaust
New cab corners and rockers
Paint mirrors and roof
Linex bed and cab floor

When I first bought it
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The Wreck
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Luckly I worked at a collision center for a OJT job.
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The day after i got it all done
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This spring
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Old 09-15-2013, 04:41 PM   #4
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Looks good man. Great work! Cant wait to see more done to it.
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Thanks man! I appreciate the comment. I wish i could do more stuff to it but im in college and i don't have the funds to do what i want to it.
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Your truck looks awesome but it just cost me a few thousand dollars for sure since it helped me decide I want to go up to 37's.
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Thanks for the comment! Sorry about that. I'm definitely not looking forward to buying a set when these are done!
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What do you guys think about a turbo instead of a supercharger? What are the pros and cons of both?
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Supercharge, twin screw. Added power stays the same through the rpm range making fuel management/tune more manageable and predictable. Way easier install than turbo.
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How much horsepower do you think i can get out of it?
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