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Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Newellton, LA
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Have some questions and opinion needed on delete etc.
My truck only has 10k on the clock and I am not going to delete/tune/etc until the 36k bumper to bumper runs out. Since how the EPA is cracking down so hard on our trucks I am going to go on and buy all of the stuff and put it the garage for the next 26k. I know I know the likelyhood of it sitting there for 26k is probably not going to happen, but I'm gonna try. Lol. Here are my plans.
AFE 5" DP back (since they are the only true 5")
CAI - need opinions on this one.
Sinister EGR delete.
Ok now the questions and opinions
I would like your opinion on the AFE 5". How does it sound? How easy was install?
I would also like your opinion on which CAI to get.
Does anyone know the thread size for the stock egt probes? Since H&S plates are impossible to get now I am going to drill and tap the correct thread into the Sinister kit. If I can find out the thread size.
I had a MBRP 5" on my 6.0 with the '03 turbo. If any of you had this at one time, can you compare the sound of the 5" on the 6.7 to the 5" on the 6.0. I know the sound difference in the 6.0 turbo's so if you had the quiet turbo that would be good also. I do not like how the 4" tries to pop like a gasser at WOT, this is why I prefer a 5".
I also had an S&B intake on my 6.0, it was pretty much the gold standard for the 6.0 above 500RWHP. Is it still the best for the 6.7 or is there another one better. Is stock better than aftermarket like it was with the 6.0 up to 500 RWHP? I care more about clean air than dusting turbo's, just dont like the whole "back to the 7.3 filter design." I will never understand that move by Ford.
Thanks any and all opinions/help is appreciated.
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2012 F250 Lariat CCSB FX4, Gooseneck and 5th wheel prep package, H&S Minimaxx, 5" AFE SS straight pipe, EGR delete with factory EGT sensor, 35" Toyo MT's on stock rims, and Bilstein 5160 shocks.