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which is better propane or nos on 04 f250 daily driver with bullydog triple dog w/ outlook mon. airaid intake, magnaflow 4" exhaust turbo back,and soon to be accufab power elbow.
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skip them both nos is onlygood at the track and pane isnt the best... I would go with some stage 1 injectors and turbo upgrade.
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which is better propane or nos on 04 f250 daily driver with bullydog triple dog w/ outlook mon. airaid intake, magnaflow 4" exhaust turbo back,and soon to be accufab power elbow.
For some reason propane does not work well on the 6.0L. However, nitrous will give you the jolt you are looking for. Did anyone say "G-Force" :Thumbup:

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Nitrous!
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Say no to drugs... You will be much happier in the long run with injectors and turbo then nos... Give Elite Diesel a call...

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For a daily driver just looking for a little extra power and fuel mileage as an added bonus, propane injection is a good final addition. Do a search for people with actual experience with propane......

Propane works just fine on a 6.0. the programming has to be correct. (i.e. no stacking)


Nitrous will get expensive on a daily driver. It's really only practical for racing. So will injectors and a turbo with all the supporting mods needed.
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which is better propane or nos on 04 f250 daily driver with bullydog triple dog w/ outlook mon. airaid intake, magnaflow 4" exhaust turbo back,and soon to be accufab power elbow.

I bet you would have more HP with a SCT tuner and loose the Bully Dog... Your tranny will thank you later...:sofa

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i have thought about trying diff. ones on a dyno just to see which is best on my truck.
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I would go with some stage 1 injectors and turbo upgrade.

Can you add these with out having to add studs or any other mods


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