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To answer your DPF/Cat question, yes you can delete both of them together with one pipe, and not have to take them apart when you do the delete. And yes, you can buy one DPF/Cat delete pipe and be done with it. They are not setup differently for each tuner/module I dont think.
I have not ran the DPF-R module, but I have heard a lot of negative info about the one for the 6.4L Powerstroke. Apparently the one for the 6.7L Cummins is working fine, but there have been cases where the 6.4's running them have gone into regen randomly putting the truck into limp mode while the DPF-R module is on the truck. I am not saying to not do it, but I would seriously reconsider where you put that $400 before you do it. If you plan on doing the Spartan in the future anyways, why not put that $400 towards the savings for it....Just food for thought, not bashing your idea. Just throwing out there the reputation that the DPF-R has.
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2012 Ford F-250 Lariat CC/SB
Mods - Spartan tuned via laptop, 4" AFE stainless exhaust system, 2.5" PMF BMC leveling spacers, 3" PMF lift blocks, Fox Racing 2.0 shocks, Recon smoked mirror & cab lights