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Old 04-30-2012, 06:02 AM
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Best intake an dpf delete for 2010 6.4l with superchip

I recently just bought a superchip flash pack race tuner for my 2010 6.4l, and I was curious what intake and dpf delete would work best to get better performance and more mpg's out of her? I was also wondering I'd it would be better to go with stock exhaust and run a straight pipe for the dpf delete or an turbo back exhaust with mufflers? I called superchip and they couldn't tell me anything... Please help thank you!
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With respect to Cold Air Intakes, here are the two that are most often used:
AFE Magnum Force Stage-2 Si w/Pro Dry S filter [this is what I have] or the S&B Stage II w/Dry disposable filter

I'll leave others to discuss the EGR/DPF delete info, since I've not done that on my truck yet.
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:17 AM
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Thanks those were the two I was looking at but I was wondering how much the airflow difference will effect it with the tuner if at all
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:25 AM
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So far, with mine, I'd say it's helped to 'wake up' the throttle response here at altitude and may have given a slight mpg boost. Turbos really need a lot of air to perform, so the more you can give 'em, the better they perform!

The stock CAI is okay, but I can say that doing the AFE has helped mine wake up some! Also found that Power Service "Diesel Kleen + Cetane boost" (gray bottle) is a definite plus for improving engine performance.
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To run any tunes over a 210hp tune you will NEED the intake. With a stock intake and a 250 tune I could suck my filter mind in. The aftermarket intakes flow a good deal more than stock. In respect to the DPF delete vs exhaust. That is up to you. A stock exhaust and deletes will flow enough for your average tunes. I started with just a DPF delete and ended up wanting more, so I switched to a 4" dp and 5" exhaust with no muffler. A 4" exhaust is plenty, but the 5" will have a little deeper tone to it. May I ask why you would like to run a muffler? These trucks are VERY quiet with a 5" exaust.
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:13 PM
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S&B or AFE for the intake and Diamond Eye or MBRP for the exhaust (4" or 5" kit). Check our website for more info and pricing. Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions.
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