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Old 09-28-2009, 08:18 PM
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I banish you to HELL!

Yep, finally did it today. The flo pro fits "ok" the mbrp kits i've installed in the past fit a lot better, but for the cost it wasnt bad.
Truck runs good on the 250 tune, and spun the tires through second. Oops...

haha

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glad all went well
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Old 09-28-2009, 08:32 PM
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glad all went well
i wouldnt say that

i had to buy an egt sensor because it was siezed and for the life of me wouldnt budge.
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Old 09-28-2009, 08:46 PM
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i wouldnt say that

i had to buy an egt sensor because it was siezed and for the life of me wouldnt budge.
Let me guess.... the rear-most sensor? Mine got stuck in both the dpf AND the delete pipe (back to stock for service). Ended up cutting the wires each time to fit the closed end of a wrench on it. Even then, its torn to hell now. Tons of anti-seize on it though, from now on.
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Glad to see you finally got it going Dusten. Enjoy the hell out of it!
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Anny idea what kind of increase in mpgs will you see
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Let me guess.... the rear-most sensor? Mine got stuck in both the dpf AND the delete pipe (back to stock for service). Ended up cutting the wires each time to fit the closed end of a wrench on it. Even then, its torn to hell now. Tons of anti-seize on it though, from now on.
ya, the one after the DPF. I thought about cutting the wires, but wasn't home and didnt have my wiring **** with me.

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Anny idea what kind of increase in mpgs will you see
im hoping to see about 3mpg in town and 4-5 hwy
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i wouldnt say that

i had to buy an egt sensor because it was siezed and for the life of me wouldnt budge.
If thats the rear most sensor mine is the same way its still stuck in my stock exhaust i "accidentaly" ripped the wiring out
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That dpf is a heavy mofo isn't it... Nice to leave it at home though isn't it?
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well not only in power and mpgs, but the sound come with it as a added package
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