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Old 07-16-2010, 10:58 PM
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Whats the cheapest Website to get the mini and DPF delete pipe at?
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Old 07-16-2010, 11:53 PM
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Also does the mini max require you to plug in anything more other then just running the wire under the dash into the OBDII port?
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Old 07-17-2010, 05:51 AM
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Old 07-17-2010, 01:42 PM
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I purchased mine from FirstCoastDieselPerformance.com -- Your Source For Powerstroke Performance, they are local to me (Jacksonville, FL). I got a s&b air filter and intake, 4 inch ss flow pro from the down pipe back, ss muffler, the mini maxx, and the mount that installs above the a/c vent. Total about $1800. There is a power wire that you connect to an ignition switched source and plug into the connector in the obII port. The instructions with the mini maxx are good and H&S has great tech support. You can save a little money by mounting the mini maxx in front of your instrument cluster. I have seen pictures on this site and that mounting position looks good.

I have had the mini maxx about 2 months now and it has been great.
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Old 07-17-2010, 05:47 PM
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You have to hook up a power wire under the dash and the cable for the OBDII port, but with the Black and Minimaxx you do not have to install any the exhaust sensors in the delete pipes.
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Old 07-18-2010, 10:48 AM
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I got mine from performancetruckproducts.com they hooked me up with a mini max with mount and a 4" flo pro duel exhaust with tips for $14800. Just go to there website and you can use there instant messenger Nate is who I talked to. Great price and fast shipping sent it out the same day. It should be here tuesday.
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Old 07-19-2010, 03:01 AM
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Well one question.... Does a XRT race tuner get rid of me having to have the monitor mounted and plugged in? or what? and I assume it does all the same stuff as the blackmax mini except able to monitor stuff right? Im really just Looking to Tune and Delete the DPF
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Old 07-19-2010, 05:49 AM
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As far as I know H&S will only allow vendors to sell the black maxx and min maxx at a certain price, so if you can get it cheaper at one place or another it will be because they are charging you less for the DPF delete pipe. The XRT has different tunes than the two Maxx's do, but as far as I know you DON'T have to leave the Maxx's plugged into your vehicle all the time in order to use them. You can load the tune and then take the monitor out of the vehicle and it will continue to run that tune until you hook it back up and change the settings.
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Old 07-19-2010, 03:59 PM
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you can tune and unplug with the black/minimaxx tuners as well(I believe). most are buying these two so they can watch the gauges. The XRT should be perfect if you just want to tune and delete. Also you can still change tunes on the fly with the XRT, just plug it back in and change tunes.
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Old 07-19-2010, 09:27 PM
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I just bought my 6.4 Mini Maxx and 4" Flo Pro pipe (No bungs) from James at Rollin' Smoke Diesel - Diesel Perfomance Parts. I have purchased products for my truck from him before and his customer service was incredible. He's the type of guy who will answer his phone on a Sunday to walk you through the proper steps of a DPF delete for your truck (trust me, i know). He also had my latest order to me in 3 days, even though his internet and shop were down due to a tornado. He's very good to do business with and he also had the best prices. Give him a call for a package deal.

I bought the Mini Maxx for the shift on the fly and digital gauges. I had the XRT on my Dodge Cummins before buying my Ford. The XRT works incredibly well. It was the best money i ever spent on that rig. It was a whole new truck after the XRT. i expect the same out of the Ford once I get the mini installed.

If you are looking for something to just delete the DPF, add some MPG, and get into some decent HP, i wouldn't hesitate going with the XRT. Whether you decide the mini or XRT, you have to like the fact that the H&S tunes do not require the sensor plugs to be added to the aftermarket pipe. Just one less thing for me to break! In my opinion, you can't go wrong with H&S products or Rollin Smoke Diesel.
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