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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-20-2009, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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V10 Tritons...who has them?

Hey folks...I was just wondering who here has the V10 Triton in thier beast and what can be done with them. I just got into a F350, and wanted to start planning for the future. I'm going to look at the body first as it was a site truck for a Fort Mac. company, and it's a little beat up, but then it's time to tune 'er up!

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with the v10 i've noticed changing the intake and exhaust really wakes them up,on my last truck i put the banks powerpack system on and it was awesome(camaro dudes get really excited when a crew cab s/d blows by them like they're standing still,not to mention passing chev duralax diesels going uphill)


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Do you happen to know who sells Banks in AB?
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with the canuck bucks where they are head south.... or get some prices from down there anyways and if you can get away make a trip of it have it installed and toss the old in the garbage



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V10 Tritons who has them

I just picked up an 06 TC and was looking to put in some magnetic drain plugs for both the oil and the transmission. So, I wanted to see if anyone on here has them, do you like them, what brand, whered you get them? The usual questions. Thanks
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-20-2009, 12:05 AM
 
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Lightbulb V-10 in E-Series

I have the V-10 in an E-350 SD Quigley. It is a bit diferent from the same model year truck as it continues with the 2-valve heads, but it is drive by wire. Rated at 305 h.p./420 ft-lbs.

I have just under 50,000 miles on it and have only changed oil, air filter, transmission fluid, but have had some rear rotor wear/caliper seizing problems not related to the V-10, obviously.

For some time I have been researching a tuner. E-Series add-ons are few and far between but available. From what I gather, Y-pipe restrictions are a problem, but somewhere I read this was addressed and I don't know whether I have the improved design or not.

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MuddyAxles: Not to be jerk or anything, the font color thing has to go. Some people here are color blind and need help as it is. White letters are cool for us.


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MuddyAxles: Not to be jerk or anything, the font color thing has to go. Some people here are color blind and need help as it is. White letters are cool for us.
OK, I guess if that's what it takes to fit in, that's what I'll have to do.

Btw thanks for the cheery welcome.

Oh, FYI, I hate the black background so I always change to default original style. The black is really dreary and morbid looking.

The colors are a break from everyday B&W. Made Kodak a lot of money in the day, y'know? Remember Kodachrome?

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