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Old 01-31-2010, 06:33 PM
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Spartan dpf/doc delete with dash dak and afe intake

installed the spartan package for a customer on saturday, put the afe intake on first, then the dpf/doc delete pipes, and then loaded the 250 no dpf tune and I was 110% impressed with this kit. the fitment was awesome on all the parts and the program made an impressive power increase. nice cloud of black smoke on take off wot. he didnt up it to the 310 when he was still at the shop, but I can imagine it will be a beast. just wanted to say i was very impressed overall with the kit.
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Old 01-31-2010, 06:41 PM
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Very nice. Reading all of these spartan stories makes me want a Spartan tuned 6.4 really bad.
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Since Your A Ford Tech, I Assume That You Did It At The Dealership? Since You Did It, Is It Still Going To Void His Warrenty?
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I did it on the side at my own shop. that is between him and the dealer he uses where he is from. when I gegt a ttruck with add-on parts or prrogrammers, if the failure was not directly caused by the progrrammer or add-on parts, then I dont say anything. that it to be determined at time of failure.
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