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My father is dead set on the the H&S for his 2013 F-250. Is it worth spending the extra money on the older Race Tuner than the new Street Tuner? I've researched what I can but was wondering if anyone could give me more insight. He's stubborn. He wants to drop the extra money for the older Race Tuner but is it worth it? Thanks in advance.
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iam not too sure if the old race tuners support the 2013 platform, but if he wants to delete emissions equipment he will need a race tuner . if he wants to keep the emission equipment he can buy the street one . I don't no mabey if there is an unlock code or if it can be done with mcc custom tuning but as far as I no that's how it is .

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My father is dead set on the the H&S for his 2013 F-250. Is it worth spending the extra money on the older Race Tuner than the new Street Tuner? I've researched what I can but was wondering if anyone could give me more insight. He's stubborn. He wants to drop the extra money for the older Race Tuner but is it worth it? Thanks in advance.
Have you considered hoping in the '13 performance thread and generating the same question? They might be more appropriately fit to answer that question.

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Yes, I'll try there. I have a 6.0 and was browsing for myself and realized I posted in the wrong section.
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No harm no foul, I'd just figured you'd get better results on programmers specific to the 6.7 over though.

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No harm no foul, I'd just figured you'd get better results on programmers specific to the 6.7 over though.
Thank you sir. I work in the oil field so sometimes I'm like a zombie! Got the results I wanted in the correct section
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