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The Blue(ish) Beast. 7.3 manual, 6637 Mod, Hutch mod on a steel aft axle tank, pre-pump fuel filter, coolant filter, LED rear lights, HPx, front axle rebuild, transfer case replaced, rear (clear 1 piece) window replaced with privacy manual slider
All low end torque, he blew it cause he didn't shift down into 2nd or 1st to do it. moron. haha.
Talyn (AKA: der Schafen Führer)
1994 F250 XLT 4x4 Standard Cab - T-444E Direct Injection Turbo Diesel, 5 SPD M/T Z/F S5-420, Rosewood 160cc Stage 1's, PHP Tuner, 6637, Short Throw Shift Kit, Valair Kevlar/Ceramic, 140V IDM, T-500, 285/75/16 Cooper Discoverer ATR. Steyr C9-A1. You can get more with a kind word and a 2x4 than you can with just a kind word.
x2345678 but lets discuss what actually happened to the motor. The way it cranked sounded like he blew out a couple injectors or maybe head gasket. What do the guru's say??
They way it was struggling to turn over so slowly when he was trying to get it started suggests to me that it was probably more than just injectors going wrong. I'm not really knowledgeable enough to pinpoint what's damaged just from that video, though. Maybe somebody with a little more experience can give us some insight.
1996 F-250 XLT 4x4, "Heavy Metal", 7.3L Powerstroke, ZF S5-42 transmission with Valair clutch and flywheel, Supercab, 8' bed, Riffraff 6637, HPX, Dieselsite 203 degree thermostat, 3" Downpipe to 4" straight pipe exhaust.
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