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Old 12-05-2012, 06:06 PM
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About to order tuner, deletes, etc..

I have been researching for over a month. Going to place my order with PTP in a couple days. This is what I'm thinking for my '08 F-250. I welcome any input, advice, etc.

-Mini Maxx

-MBRP 5" Down Pipe Back, DPF Delete, No Bungs, with Muffler, AL

-PTP EGR delete (with elbow)

-S&B CAI

-H&S full dash mount

-H&S TPMS module

-Sinister coolant filter setup

My goal is a dependable, daily driver that will last a very long time. Hoping for increase in fuel mileage. Will play with higher power tunes on an infrequent basis.
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:39 PM
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Looks like you have the base that pretty much starts out everyone. But why not do a turbo back exhaust and change out the CAC pipe? That helps air flow a lot.

I would also suggest doing the CCV mod. It's cheap, easy, and keeps oil from getting in your intercooler and eventually your turbos.


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Looks like you have the base that pretty much starts out everyone. But why not do a turbo back exhaust and change out the CAC pipe? That helps air flow a lot.

I would also suggest doing the CCV mod. It's cheap, easy, and keeps oil from getting in your intercooler and eventually your turbos.
Turbo back? Not sure. Was thinking I want a muffler. I don't want an excessively loud truck. Suggestions on a turbo back system?

Haven't read anything about the CCV mod or the cold air charge pipe...
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:53 PM
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Turbo back? Not sure. Was thinking I want a muffler. I don't want an excessively loud truck. Suggestions on a turbo back system?

Haven't read anything about the CCV mod or the cold air charge pipe...
You can still have a muffler with turbo back. The stock down pipe is very restrictive. Take a look at my mod thread in my sig. I have pics littered throughout it. I have a 4" DP and 5" straight exhaust and it actually is very quiet. It's very hard to make these trucks real loud. I can have a conversation near my exhaust! (Albeit you have to talk kinda loud, but inside the cab while driving normal I can't tell a difference over just being stock). PTP has turbo back systems I'm pretty sure also.

The CAC pipe is also restrictive. A motor is just a glorified air pump. The easier you make it for air to get in and out the more efficient it can be.

As far as the CCV mod, just do a search there are threads about it everywhere. In my opinion it should def be done.


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Old 12-05-2012, 08:05 PM
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Leaning toward the Diamond Eye K5370S 5" turbo back system. Any thoughts?
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Old 12-06-2012, 03:10 AM
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I wouldn't see a problem with it. I went with the cheapest kit I could find (FloPro), but I don't have to worry about salt on the roads to eventually corrode the aluminum. A lot of people who live further north do the stainless.


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We have been having issues getting Diamond Eye lately and fitment hasnt been the best. Truth be told, the MBRP kits fit better anyway. Flo-Pro has actually stepped up their quality as well. I suggest going with MBRP or Flo-Pro.
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