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2008 6.4L DPF removed tuning

I know H$S and Spartan tuners can still be had out there for an arm and a leg. Are there any other options remaining to get good power? I already have the delete portion handled with the mods in my SIG, but I would like to get some added power. KEM said they no longer support DPF delete, at least with anything that is shift on the fly. Any recommendations? I want good power for daily driving, but the ability to turn it down to a safe level for towing. Are Spartan and H&S the only options remaining until stocks run out?



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2008 6.4L DPF removed tuning

Try to find a SCT livewire xtreme. I have one that I used before I got my mini maxx. It has canned tunes and KEM 75,150 and 345. I'm pretty sure all you'd have to do is have the KEM tunes changed to your vin. Pm me if interested.


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2008 6.4L DPF removed tuning

The 345 has good power. And I used the 75 and 150 to tow a 15,000 lb mini excavator with no problems.


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I just bought a xrt pro street tuner and was wondering is there any way I can delete my dpf.
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Not with the street tuner. You would have to get the race/off-road tuner to do dpf delete.


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