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Old 01-27-2011, 06:00 PM
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Edge Juice with Attitude

I am not trying to incite a riot.........felt I should start with that after reading all the banter on power modules.

I recently was given (Yes brand spanking new for Free) the Edge Juice with attitude for my 2010 F350. I have no issue with the way it works, and no other modifications. I drive the truck back and forth to work as a daily driver and occasionally haul an 18 foot enclosed trailer with a car inside. Does anyone have any long term experience with this unit and should I have any concerns?

Again, please no turds in the proverbial forum litter box.

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Old 01-28-2011, 07:54 AM
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I had one on my 08 did'nt notice any mpg improvement, slight power increase, and after 50k I was regening like every 80-100miles I believe because the dpf was starting to plug. This may happen stock also. Overall I don't think you really gain anything until you delete the dpf as far as tuning goes.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:30 AM
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Thanks Couch: I also worry about the DPF. As an experienced engineer it demonstrates a corporate ability to meet EPA (Political solution) requirements, but does not address the long term supportability (Technical solution) required by the consumer. I am waiting for my warranty to expire and plan to remove the DPF.
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Thanks Couch: I also worry about the DPF. As an experienced engineer it demonstrates a corporate ability to meet EPA (Political solution) requirements, but does not address the long term supportability (Technical solution) required by the consumer. I am waiting for my warranty to expire and plan to remove the DPF.
What the h*** did he say.....lol
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Sorry for my rant. bottom line DPF = POS
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Sorry for my rant. bottom line DPF = POS
now THAT i can understand
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