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Guages are a must with a chipped truck. Pick the type you like. Same goes for mounting locations. You will also want to address the air in aspect of the engine. You have a larger output but you should also open up the intake side with a DIY or an aftermarket type intake. There is a DIY article down in the Tech Articles section. It is for '94-'97 but it should lead you in the right direction.
2000 F350 BTS Auto CC SWB SRW 4x4 Lariat. Tymar in, 4" out, Live Tuning by DP-Tuner, ITP fuel system, BB Turbo, BDP Stage II Singles, HX Hose, CCV mod, AIH Delete, Gutted EBPV, Tymar coolant filter, On-board air, Grover 21" emergency horns, Firestone Ride rite air bags, Guages overhead and on the pillar, Ruenell rear bumper with PIAA 4040 backup lights, Smitty Built SS step bars, Exang Full tilt tonneau, Centerline Comets wrapped with BFG AT KO, '02 Cupholder, '05 Seats, 750w inverter.
2000 VW Jetta Tdi. Stock Commuter (I think you can see where the mod funds go)