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post #1 of 21 Old 01-26-2008, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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how hard is it to install the dpf delete pipe?

should get mine in next week and just wondering how long and hard to do. thanks for any help.
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post #2 of 21 Old 01-26-2008, 03:35 PM
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not too hard....unbolts easy enough...sensor unplugs...be careful gettin the gasket off cause mine was brittle after only 5k miles.... biggest prob was it has a double hanger....wasnt much prybar room layin on my back to wiggle it off....i hacked my stock pipes up first so if you dont do that you'll hafta deal with them as well
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Is the DPF CAT delete pipe hard to install im havin a hard time deciding which one to get just the dpf or both dpf and cat.
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post #4 of 21 Old 08-26-2008, 03:43 PM
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do both at the same time it is alot easier

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Cool as long as its easy im goin wit both gone and probably more economy and power.
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my cat/dpf delete is on the way, well see...

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Delete both cat and dpf. I did on mine and usd the 5" Magnaflow with muffler and its the perfect sound. Quiet in the cab and at idle and just enough bark when you get on it. Powerstroker67 is the delete pipe I used EXCELLENT SOURCE!!

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The Spartan setup was just the dpf delete. So i have that flanged up to the cat then the 4" MBRP straight out the back. Why wouldn't Matt have a Cat delete also, is it not necessary with the tuning? Should I take the time to get a Cat delete? Does it make a difference? Thanks in advance for your replies guys!

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The Spartan setup was just the dpf delete. So i have that flanged up to the cat then the 4" MBRP straight out the back. Why wouldn't Matt have a Cat delete also, is it not necessary with the tuning? Should I take the time to get a Cat delete? Does it make a difference? Thanks in advance for your replies guys!
Matt does have a cat/dpf delete now, mine is on the way.

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Delete both cat and dpf. I did on mine and usd the 5" Magnaflow with muffler and its the perfect sound. Quiet in the cab and at idle and just enough bark when you get on it. Powerstroker67 is the delete pipe I used EXCELLENT SOURCE!!
Has anyone done this and then refigured their fuel mileage? I'd be curious to know what kind of improvements it made.
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