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Well, based on the the fact that I wont gain hardly any sound just by taking off the muffler, I guess I'll have to just save enough for a dpf delete and programmer...The biggest reason I didnt wanna do this is because of money and warranty issues (since i paid for an extended warranty)...
But are most dpf delete systems true bolt on? If that's the case I could theoretically just put the system on and off as needed if I need work done, right?
Any suggestions for a budget friendly setup? I dont really need a huge power increase as I think it's already powerful enough for my needs