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Old 05-11-2012, 07:36 AM
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deleted and tuned, dealer didnt care

I scheduled my 3rd service for my 6.7L the last tuesday at my Ford dealer, (the first one since i deleted exhaust, egr, and DEF), and after the service when i went to pick it, i was talking to the service manager and he said "well i bet your truck will only be in here for services now thats its breathing fresh air and more efficiently with out all the emmisions equipment" haha
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That's nice to hear. It would be nice if all dealers as well as ford felt the same way.

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Old 05-11-2012, 08:34 AM
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That's nice to hear. It would be nice if all dealers as well ford felt the same way.
It's bigger than just Ford. Epa will never feel the same way.

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Or was he saying that because it's customer pay from here on out? Kidding...

I know a dealer that is modification friendly too. However, if you turn your transmission into mashed potatoes it's very difficult for them to turn a blind eye.
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I just do all my own service so I don't have to worry about what they think lol


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I've been told that the tuners make the injectors spray different and they can tell when they tear your motor apart. Anyone ever heard this?
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Depends on how advanced the timing gets. To advanced and it'll spray out of the bowl.
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All I'm wanting is a tow tune. Right now I get 8.5 mpg hauling. Need to get better then that with $4 Deisel. Just don't want to jeopardize my warranty with a new motor.
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All I'm wanting is a tow tune. Right now I get 8.5 mpg hauling. Need to get better then that with $4 Deisel. Just don't want to jeopardize my warranty with a new motor.
Im sure im not the only one who will yell you this. But if you tune and delete with H&S you wont be dissapointed. I got a minimum of 3mpg increase since i tuned and deleted.

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I'm about to take my truck to one of the Dealers around here, my buddy is a sales person there, I've asked him a few times what their service tech's will say and he keeps telling me to just bring it in.
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