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05 6.0L diesel with 120k miles, arp studs, bullydog outlook, xcal2, 30k miles on the hpop, running.
Needs injectors and maybe hg but last puked 5 weeks ago and no problem after. Comes with whatever wires and computers I'm not gonna need for my 12v swap. I know I wont need the FICM or ic tubes and might throw the ic in with it.
Transmission has same miles, oil pump was changed at same time as hpop due to a misdiagnosed bad alternator. No slippage and runs unusually low temps(averages 110-130deg) The people I've spoke with say thats great.

I'm really not sure what a far price is for all of this but I had someone offer me $4k for all of it so I guess I'll say that. The motor is still being used in the truck at the moment till i find a 12v and start my build up of it. i'm just getting stuff in order for when the time comes I can have someone ready to take this off my hands so I'll have the money for the rest of m build.

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ur guna need to keep the the wiring harness's except for the injector harness, just cuz u got use the main center one for your gauges, lots of cuttin wires out of it though too i will send ya some pics to show ya what i mean

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Hey bud. What type of cold side intercooler tube do you have? I'll trade you a plastic one if you go the hard type.

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Hey bud. What type of cold side intercooler tube do you have? I'll trade you a plastic one if you go the hard type.
Why you want his hard on(e)??

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cause mine is soft..................

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need FICM

How much for your FICM
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