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Looking for some quality info

I didn't want to search because I'm looking for something that suits me. I have about 1800 dollars to spend. I am looking for the best tuner, delete, exhaust kit that I can get for that. If it came with cold air intake that would be a plus too. Also would prefer a shift on the fly tuner. Thanks in advance for any info.

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Looks like you narrowed it down to an H&S MiniMaxx by yourself? Exhaust -MBRP or Flo Pro, Intake- AFE or S&B

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I'm not very familar with tuners. What narrowed it down to the minimaxx?

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Shift on the fly

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I figured that. Any opinions on if that's a needed feature. Good or bad?

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I personally dont care for shift on the fly, but some do. Most of the time you will feel that you will find one tune that will fit you on Spartan or SCT and even H&S so that the shift on the fly doesnt really come into play much.

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One more question. I'm not really looking for something race worthy just really economy and a little pep. I dont think my truck has cleaned right since i have had it. If i cant afford both the CAI and EGR delete right now which one would benefit me more now and do the other later?

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One more question. I'm not really looking for something race worthy just really economy and a little pep. I dont think my truck has cleaned right since i have had it. If i cant afford both the CAI and EGR delete right now which one would benefit me more now and do the other later?
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CAI first, then egr delete, especially if you are going to be running the larger tunes. Airflow restriction is hard on thrust bearings

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