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Old 12-07-2013, 06:35 PM
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EGR/DPF delete 6.4 Powerstroke

I have an 08 F350 6.4...I'm going to do a Sinster Diesel EGR delete and install a DPF delete pipe, hollow out the cat and run a SCT 3025 Tuner. I've already installed a Sinister coolant filter. Are there any other suggestions for overall performance? My goal is to increase HP and roll some coal. Thanks
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I have an 08 F350 6.4...I'm going to do a Sinster Diesel EGR delete and install a DPF delete pipe, hollow out the cat and run a SCT 3025 Tuner. I've already installed a Sinister coolant filter. Are there any other suggestions for overall performance? My goal is to increase HP and roll some coal. Thanks
Wow.. Just leave your truck stock or sale it if that's your attitude. Us having to pay the prices we do for tuners and etc and go through emissions tests sure appreciate people like you
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What Woodboy is trying to say is rolling coal isn't cool. Most people look down on it and that's the reason we have all these emissions. Plus rolling coal means your truck isn't running as efficient as it could. Black smoke is unburnt fuel (ie power left on the table). The best setup is having the correct fuel/air ratio to have no smoke and you will have the most power your motor can output. Tuned properly there will probably be a little smoke when you first hit the gas, but as soon as your turbos light it should be clean...


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Calm down Woodboy. I dont want to get into a global warming debate...A little smoke is fine by me. As cool as I think it is to bellow out smoke, I'm not wanting to watch my fuel gauge run down. I like your input country aggie with a little smoke and more performance. To clarify, when I said "Rollin coal" I'm not trying to cloud an intersection. Performance is my goal. I don't like the egr and dpf choking down the 6.4 potential. I'm just not sure if the egr delete and dpf delete are going to create future problems. I'm not an expert mechanic by any means but I can figure out how to do whatever i need to do if I should do more than the deletes and tuner.
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Calm down with the calm downs there newbie before you really get flamed for oral coal attitude you got.
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Let the smoke block out the sky!
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Sure is some feeling around here tonight.... newbies.

DO what you want with your truck, you paying the bills...
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I have an 08 F350 6.4...I'm going to do a Sinster Diesel EGR delete and install a DPF delete pipe, hollow out the cat and run a SCT 3025 Tuner. I've already installed a Sinister coolant filter. Are there any other suggestions for overall performance? My goal is to increase HP and roll some coal. Thanks
Guessing this is what you are looking for:

General 6.4 Modifications
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Thanks a lot for that link. Very informative.
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