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Old 02-14-2006, 01:17 PM
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Good Shop in/near OKC for 2002 7.3L SuperDuty?

I'm looking at putting a Banks 6Gun, maybe Big Hoss Bundle on the truck, but I need to know a good reputable place to have it done. Do you guys know anyone in the OKC area?
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Old 02-14-2006, 07:33 PM
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Welcome to FTE! Hang in there, Justin. One of the OKC area guys will get with ya eventually.
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Old 02-14-2006, 09:53 PM
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haha.. I hope so. I need to get this done asap
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I don't know how well they know diesels, but ABEL RACING out in midwest city really knows their stuff, and I am sure Andre and J R could do you up right. or you could go through Power House Performance (they actually rent ABEL their space in the shop).

ABEL built my friend's 400+HP 2.4 liter nissan 240sx, and he drives it daily (or atleast he used to, he now has an F150 for his daily, the race gas for the 240 was getting a bit pricey)

these guys know their stuff. you can tell them John's friend Ken sent you there, they'll know who I am...anyway good luck!!
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