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Old 04-25-2010, 05:02 AM
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SCT and Dpf

With my SCT Livewire do I have to install a dpf delete pipe?
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Old 04-25-2010, 05:37 AM
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Not if you want to run DPF on tunes.
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^ You can run DPF on tunes and get a little more power but you won't see any significant gain in MPGs. Plus I have heard those tunes can cause the truck to go into regen every 75 ~ 100 miles. In my honest opion, if I had a 6.4, I would either leave it totally stock or drop the DPF and go to town!
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^ You can run DPF on tunes and get a little more power but you won't see any significant gain in MPGs. Plus I have heard those tunes can cause the truck to go into regen every 75 ~ 100 miles. In my honest opion, if I had a 6.4, I would either leave it totally stock or drop the DPF and go to town!
Agreed
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