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The trans is retuned by the tuner (if you choose to do so.) If you have any trans issues, get them solved before tuning.
If you tune, there's a very good chance you have eliminated your warranty with it.
Yes, turbos are failing from overspeed due to the tuners. Turbos also fail stock. It's kind of a crap shoot.
If you tune/delete, keep all your stock parts and plan to switch it back before taking it to the dealer.
I wanted to stay emission/warranty 'legal' so I chased DPF on solutions. H&S works well, but I wanted more so I tried the KEM tunes and had so many problems with them I had to take them back out.
Now I'm on the cusp of deciding to do a full delete.
2012 F350, 6.7L Diesel, 4x4, SRW, Crew Cab, Short Box, Loaded, Ingot Silver
Detroit Truetrac, Icon leveling springs, steering damper mounts, King reservoir shocks and steering damper, Ultra Predator 22x10 and Nitto Terra 325/50R22 (35"s), H&S Minimaxx & Gearhead, aFe 5" SS w/ muffler, Leer XL, LineX, Titan 50gal, Airlift bags and wireless.