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Old 05-22-2013, 09:29 AM
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Looking for a H&S Mini Maxx (DELETE) and a DPF delete Exhaust.

Hey guys I have a buddy of mine with a 6.4 that travels the country for work all the time. He is averaging about 8-10 MPG pulling his fiver camper with his welding rig. I told him to get a H&S Mini Maxx and a DPF delete but am unaware of the costs of these and where to purchase them. Any help is appreciated. Thank guys.
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Performance Truck Products | DPF Delete Kits & Diesel Performance Parts from MBRP, H&S, EDGE, Diamond Eye, BANKS, Bully Dog

Great company!!!
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Old 05-25-2013, 03:37 PM
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Yeah but are those tuners delete tuners?
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Old 05-25-2013, 04:14 PM
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Thry still advertise as having delete h&s in stock.
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He shouldnt expect for his fuel mileage to go up much at all, but his truck will be more reliable
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Go up from 8 mpg? Your kidding right?
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Unloaded yeah he would see a little difference, being loaded though I wouldnt get his hopes up too much about it getting much better. What truck does he have? DRW350 or 450?
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DRW350 He only pulls his fiver if he is moving states. 80% of his driving is from his camper to the job site and errands etc. Which he is usually only getting around 10 mpg.
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He may see a little better mileage, just dont let him get his hopes too high and have a huge let down. All in all though, I would still do it for piece of mind.
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Yeah this truck is also on its second engine. LOL
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