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Old 02-19-2011, 01:13 PM
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Affordable DPF delete?

My dad just picked up a clean '08 F350 today...35k miles.

He's interested in deleting the DPF, but is not a tuner guy, and has no interest in more power.

What's his best option? He wants to be able to return to stock if necessary.

If it was mine, I'd run the minimaxx, but it's not mine.

**stupid iPad changed my spelling from DPF to 'spf' in the title. Can a mod change it?
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Old 02-19-2011, 01:22 PM
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He would be doing the right thing to dpf delete and tune it with a H&S mild tune and shift that comes with it.
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Old 02-19-2011, 04:58 PM
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Thanks!

Vendors-- please pm me a price, thanks!
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Changed it for you.
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Thanks! Any tuners that just delete the dpf w/ no hp gain? Or very slight?
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you can just put the tuner on "no power" and the only benefit is the truck breathing better without the dpf, but you'd be paying a lot of money to buy a tuner and never use the added benefits of it, just to delete the dpf.
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you can just put the tuner on "no power" and the only benefit is the truck breathing better without the dpf, but you'd be paying a lot of money to buy a tuner and never use the added benefits of it, just to delete the dpf.
Ditto ^^
the best efficiency for the engine comes with mild but sustantial tune.
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I have a used DPF delete pipe for sale
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...lete-pipe.html
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i have a used Spartan for sale if your interested in one of those
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I have a complete DPF/DOC delete pipe, got it from Rudys. I traded my 6.4L, have no use for it.. Let me know if your interested. PM me and we'll talk price.
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