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Talking H&S Tuner 5" flo pro dp back dpf delete w/ video

Well so far in my quest for pure diesel power i have installed the 5" FloPro downpipe back DPF delete exhaust and the H&S mini maxx. Sounds and feels awesome! Its like a whole new truck! Since it is so cold where i live and i don't have a garage I was able to find a guy with a muffler shop. He tore off the old exhaust and put the new one on for me for $90.

Very soon I am planning on buying an AFE stage 2 air intake and Sinister EGR Delete kit. And then the sky is the limit... I have included a video of what the truck sounds like now when started up


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Sweet man hope you enjoy the new found power
video doesnt work though

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Have fun doing the EGR delete. Just did one on a 2010, what a PITA!

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Have fun doing the EGR delete. Just did one on a 2010, what a PITA!
haha I take it you did it in the wheel well

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I took the fender well out and everything. Just tight area. Worst part was removing the cooler brackets.

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Ill remember that when I get my 6.4 haha
how long did it take you?

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12 hrs but that included a full exhaust and it's the first time I ever worked on a 6.4

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Just a heads up for next time, you don't HAVE to take the brackets out.


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Just a heads up for next time, you don't HAVE to take the brackets out.
Yeah, I know but it looks so much cleaner.

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Thats not bad time at all it took me and my buddies 2 hours to put a damn delete pipe on thing was rusted together and didnt want to come apart

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