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DPF delete with SCT Livewire w/custom tunes from Liberator Performance

I'm considering a dpf delete as my trucks next mod. I've heard some good things from liberator performance and have also seen them at Carlisle PA during the truck show.

Is anyone running their dpf delete w/ SCT livewire with their custom tunes? Any feedback on this would be great!
The truck is my daily driver and work truck. I'm a landscaper and the truck pulls a 7,000lb trailer 3-5 days a week during the spring summer and fall and then plows snow during the winter. I'm not towing anything extreme but some extra power would be nice.
I'm going to be installing an AFE stage 2 intake on the truck prior to doing the dpf delete. Should I also be looking into an EGR delete or is that un-nessecary. I probably won't be running the truck on any crazy high tune, probably the lowest tune just for some fuel economy and power.

Any help would be great!!
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I have never heard of them. Maybe someone else that has will chime in.
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Old 02-14-2011, 03:42 PM
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Their facility is located near Harrisburg PA.
Liberator Performance EGR Cooler Delete
The details for the tune specs on on the site..
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Hopefully someone chimes in. Most on here that have an SCT run Innovative, RCD, or KEM tunes.
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I'm considering a dpf delete as my trucks next mod. I've heard some good things from liberator performance and have also seen them at Carlisle PA during the truck show.

Is anyone running their dpf delete w/ SCT livewire with their custom tunes? Any feedback on this would be great!
The truck is my daily driver and work truck. I'm a landscaper and the truck pulls a 7,000lb trailer 3-5 days a week during the spring summer and fall and then plows snow during the winter. I'm not towing anything extreme but some extra power would be nice.
I'm going to be installing an AFE stage 2 intake on the truck prior to doing the dpf delete. Should I also be looking into an EGR delete or is that un-nessecary. I probably won't be running the truck on any crazy high tune, probably the lowest tune just for some fuel economy and power.

Any help would be great!!
SCT has a decent setup, but I highly suggest checking out H&S or Spartan. Better tunes, better monitors, better support. Pair one with an AFE, Flo-Pro, or Diamond Eye exhaust and you have an excellent kit.
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going with there tunes will be going into uncharted waters my friend.
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going with there tunes will be going into uncharted waters my friend.
Any reason you say that??
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Any reason you say that??
I think he is saying that because they aren't well known.
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I've never heard of anyone on here using their tunes, I've never heard of them personally(and I spend a good part of my day on here) and jeff hasn't heard of em. I wouldn't say they're bad being that I've never heard of them, but Innovative, KEM and River City are the more tried and true tuners for the SCT platform. If I were doing it again I'd do what dstrbd said. And I've got the SCT.
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