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Old 07-11-2009, 09:02 AM
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newbie dpf delete ?

ok well i have driven dodge all the time and well my gf just got here dads truck its a 08 f250 6.4 its all stock other then having banks air ram, and banks muffler delete and tip. and well she wants to put the dpf delete on here truck.
i have the dpf delete on my truck but on dodges its different then fords. so how do i get started with what all we have to do. can u all please help me out we are trying to get this truck going before the summer ends.
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Old 07-11-2009, 09:18 AM
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ok well i have driven dodge all the time and well my gf just got here dads truck its a 08 f250 6.4 its all stock other then having banks air ram, and banks muffler delete and tip. and well she wants to put the dpf delete on here truck.
i have the dpf delete on my truck but on dodges its different then fords. so how do i get started with what all we have to do. can u all please help me out we are trying to get this truck going before the summer ends.
Theres several things you can do but I would go with spartan. I wouldnt think twice about going with spartan again if I got another truck. Call cobbs or Rudy's performance and they can get you up and going real soon. I think there sponors on here I believe so you will see them. Most people on here will telll you to go spartan most likely also.
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use the search feature
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Theres a ton of options out there depending on how much power she wants and her budget. I personally run the full 4" Flo-Pro exhaust and SCT tuning. I have also been playing with the Edge Evolution Race and am very impressed with it, especially for the price. Let me know if theres anything I can help with.
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Old 07-11-2009, 09:32 AM
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well the thing is do i need to replace the down pipe like on my dodge
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Old 07-11-2009, 09:36 AM
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CobbsDieselPerformance.com :: 866-380-3076 :: SCT Livewire Off-Road DPF/CAT Delete Kit
is this one good i found this one from cobbs.
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Old 07-11-2009, 09:41 AM
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No, you do not need to replace your down-pipe, the Cat and DPf are after it.
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well she just wants it for mpgs.
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For MPG, get the Flo-Pro 837 and Edge Evo Race. It is the cheapest option and will give you the most bang for the buck.
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I wouldnt waste your time with the edge, Go with what is proven spartan or sct. Plus if you go with sct or spartan you get good customer service with matt at spartan or eric at innovative you cant beat them guys. I just started dealing with River city diesel But have not tried the tune yet so I cant give a opinion on that. Plus Ive heard bad things about edges tranny tunning.
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