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post #1 of 25 Old 05-11-2013, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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Cool I'm lookin for good cheap delete tuner????

I have the 08 6.4 and i would like to find a good working delete tuner cheap! I would like advice on which one to look for and average used prices and new prices please ?

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Define cheap

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Get the DPF-R it deletes the DPF and EGR, also you can get one with the 70 extra HP tune on it. The one with out the tune costs around 300 or so, and the one with the tune costs around 400.

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That's one option i was lookin at, But i heard there is a lot of problems with them on the 6.4. On the price cheap to me would be like 300-400 or less.
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I've seen several guys using the dpf-r with out problems. I'd search "dpf-r" and pm the members who have it and ask some questions


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I use the DPF-R and it works great, and it does what its supposed to do.

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That's one option i was lookin at, But i heard there is a lot of problems with them on the 6.4. On the price cheap to me would be like 300-400 or less.
Well you dont have many options, might as well get the dpf-r

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Kinda tough to find "good" and "cheap" in one product.

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Good point mts thank you i will try to study further on the dpf -r thank you. I know there isn't cheap and good But 1500 come the *uck on. I have one question on the dpf-r though is it stack able with a tuner?


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