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Old 12-11-2013, 12:36 PM
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Exhaust probe ???s

So I've been looking for over an hour and I can't seem to find the answer to this question... I just ordered my delete pipe and tuner, what is the best thing to use when I go to remove the probes out of the stock exhaust? The best "spray" for the probes so I don't break them and can reuse the stock ones. Also, how long should I wait before I try to break the seal? It's a 2010 w/ 35k miles. Thanks for any advise!!
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Old 12-11-2013, 02:49 PM
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PB blaster works good and make sure you have a quality wrench if they feel locked up really tight. You can even apply heat if necessary. You don't want a cheap wrench that spreads and will round the head. What programmer are you using?
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Old 12-11-2013, 07:32 PM
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Okay cool I appreciate it. I've got a few wrenches that I think can get it done. And I got the DPF-R Tachyon. I heard that it works really well for guys that's just want a little extra power and different levels to choose from.
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Okay, I'm getting ready to do my exhaust now and I am wondering if I'm supposed to reprogram the truck before I do the exhaust, or can I do the delete and then tune it?
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imk0001 , I'd be interested in how this works out. I am trying to decide going this route OR with a Spartan. Huge price difference between the two
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Tune it. Make sure it starts with no codes, don't drive it. Once you start it just shut it down and remove the exhaust. It's best to use a line wrench that way you can get on them with a 6 sided wrench and not strip out the head.
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