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Just question just bought first deisel its an 04 f3506.0 with 80,000 m it has cold air intake and straight exhaust no cat no muffler do u think these add ons will take away from long life and want to installe programer wich do u think i should go with if any thanks for dealing with the newby

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I would trash the cold air intake, the filters that it uses lets dirt through, and thats what kills engines. If you want long life, stay away from any type of non stock add ons. there is no way to have more power without shorting engine life.

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