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Old 04-03-2012, 02:45 PM
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Apparently no one wants my money!

Decided to pull the trigger on a programmer and cat/dpf delete but what a pain buying one has turned out to be! Wanted to get it installed is weekend because it's one of the few weekends that I won't be on the road using my truck but the one person I got to actually give me a price won't call back so I can place e order and the others I've contacted don't want to talk to me about a programmer in conjunction with a delete. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


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Old 04-03-2012, 02:50 PM
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Did you call performance truck products or Rudys diesel performance? They have excellent customer service.
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If you were around St Charles MO, I would help you with it this summer sometime!! Isn't too hard. I knocked it out on my truck in half a day with three people. And i also got an S&B Stage II Intake (which i highly reccomend)
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Didn't know about Rudy's. Just called performance diesel but it's too late today.. I'll try again in the morning.


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You should talk to Nate at performance truck products. And I did the tuning and delete with DP back exhaust by myself in about 3 hours. It was very easy. PTP is an excellent place that have amazing customer service and want to help you out with anything you may need.
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Old 04-03-2012, 04:42 PM
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PTP!! They will get you squared away
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:45 AM
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oddly enough was driving down the road this morning on my way to service call looked over Maraza truck accessories dealer. Women and told him what I was looking for and they sold me the H and S minimax plus the delete pipe for only about $100 more than I could've gotten it for on the Internet! I also like the fact that I could buy it locally. the tuner was in stock but they had to order the delete pipes are going to be about for five days before it's here. Should I wait till I get the delete pipe or go-ahead and install the tuner and use the DPF on tunings?


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Old 04-04-2012, 11:55 AM
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Go ahead and put your tuner in and just run the DPF-on tunes. You can see what all your engine parameters are running at and then have a good comparison after you put your delete pipes on. Takes longer to look through the owners manual for the MiniMaxx than it does to hook it up. I would also recommend the S&B intake like the others have said...huge difference! I love mine and the install is pretty straight forward. Took me about and hour for the intake and about 3 for my delete pipe (by myself and no lift). Have fun!


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You should have given us a call, we could have saved you some money and got the products to you quickly.
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You should have given us a call, we could have saved you some money and got the products to you quickly.
Yeah man, I'm not sure why you didn't give Nate a call..... We tried to steer you in the right direction! I'm not trying to bash your decision, but you just payed more money for parts that you now have to wait on. PTP is HIGHLY recommended on this forum for a reason
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