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I would remove the cat and the DPF (there really isnt any point to keeping the cat in unless your trying to keep it quiet in which case a muffler would do a better job), the factory EGT sensor is about as accurate as it gets..reads just a little lower then my analog autometer pyro. I would not use a 300 tune to tow through the mountains..even though some people do it just fine its just asking for trouble. The edge or lower H&S tunes would be a good bet. Avoid anything above 1350 especially for extended periods, these engines have proven themselves to be able to handle high EGT's really well but that doesnt mean they can be abused.
Ford F250 6.4 CC/SB, Spartan 350 w/TCM, Mag-Hytec deep pan, Flo-Pro 5 inch Exhaust, AFE stage 2 with ProDRy, 2.5 Readylift, ZEX Nitrous single stage, BD CAC pipe, ATS 5-star converter, elite egr delete/wastegate, ts mp-8 stacked, Procomp traction bars, locker, CFM plenum, ARP studs. Innovative tunes and Suncoast on the way!
Last edited by KTMotoRider1; 04-28-2011 at 11:53 AM.