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Old 01-10-2010, 01:18 PM
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sct performance parts question

im pretty new to diesels, but i do know that im sick of the regen bs and was told to go to sct and get the parts i need, but i have no clue what i need to get rid of the regen and get more power and better fuel mileage. anyone help?
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Old 01-10-2010, 01:20 PM
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if you are going sct give innovative a call, i know when i got my new tunes he told me he has a package deal of some kind.
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Old 01-10-2010, 01:22 PM
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ok. i found their site, but what exactly is it that i need? oh, and thanks for the direction.
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Check out our website DPF Delete Kits for Ford Powerstroke 6.4 & GM Duramax LMM. We carry SCT Innovative tunes as well as everything else you would need. Let us know if we can help.
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dpf/doc delete and some tunes, a intake if you want
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does the delete kit for $650 come with the delete pipe? do i need the pipe? please tell me what all i need.
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You need a tuner Spartan, H&S, or SCT, and a DPF delete pipe or a DPF/DOC(CAT) delete pipe. Optional air intake if running high HP tunes
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does the delete kit for $650 come with the delete pipe? do i need the pipe? please tell me what all i need.
Here is a package with SCT Tuner and DPF/DOC Delete pipe.

SCT-9625OR-837SS

An air intake might be a good idea as well.
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I couldn't afford the Spartan or H&S, so I recently installed a SCT Livewire with canned tunes and a DPF/DOC delete. Very easy install, use PB Blaster on sensors the night before install, did it all myself in under two hours with only an air ratchet and some line wrenches. Truck runs normal under half throttle and rips once you lay into it, very streetable for everyday driving and the power is there when you want it. The two best parts are the lack of regens and the 16-18 MPG's just running around town, all in all I'm very satisfied with the SCT and I would encourage everyone to use Rudy's Performance in NC.

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