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Old 10-19-2010, 05:13 PM
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Question DPF Delete

I was looking at getting a DPF delete or a DPF/CAT Delete. I was wonder which one is better and where is the cheapest place to order them online and how much would it improve my MPG? Thanks
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I would do the DPF/Cat delete. It is going to allow for better air flow.
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anyone?????
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I would do the DPF/Cat delete. It is going to allow for better air flow.
where would be the best place to get one?
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There are a lot of sponsors on here you can contact for a price. Use the search button on the forms to find out what tuner to get. There are some good choices out there.
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There are a lot of sponsors on here you can contact for a price. Use the search button on the forms to find out what tuner to get. There are some good choices out there.
I was gunna start off with a DPF/CAT Delete, and do more as i get the money. I want to get a spartan tuner eventually and any advice on intake? thanks
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call Rudy's...go with powerstroker67s dpf/cat delete pipe. Heard nothing but good reviews and fitting.
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I was gunna start off with a DPF/CAT Delete, and do more as i get the money. I want to get a spartan tuner eventually and any advice on intake? thanks
Read good things about the S&B intake.
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AFE or S&B intake?
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:07 PM
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I would do the DPF/Cat delete. It is going to allow for better air flow.
I been trying to research on the product, and i may be mis-understanding this but i take it that you cant run the really powerful tunes like the spartan 310 on a stock 3.5" dpf/cat delete. Is this true or do i have to invest in an after market exhaust too?
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