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Old 12-14-2012, 07:58 PM
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Can't wait to delete this nonsense off the f250!! I already got my 5" mbrp exhaust in!! Waiting on my egr delete and minimax!! But I been just been researching so when I get everything I want to be ready once it's all here lol.. I been trying to figure it out early..

Is it easy to take off the exhaust.... I mean I read exhaust is easy.. But what about the urea tank? Once the exhaust is off would u mess with the urea stuff? Or would I be able to leave that stuff on?

I'm sure the minimax comes with directions so I'm not worried about that.. And the egr with directions..
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Old 12-15-2012, 04:26 AM
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Everything is pretty easy. The tuner is pretty much plug and play. The exhaust takes a little bit of work to get off. If you soak all of the hangers and bolts and let them marinate you should be good. Also having a 2nd hand is helpful too because of the DPF being so heavy and its over your face when being removed. All in all it shouldn't take longer than 2-3hrs with a helping hand. Just zip tie all of the wires up and put all of your probes in the mini maxx box and keep it in the garage.
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Old 12-15-2012, 03:15 PM
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i took a look under the truck to check out the exhaust it looks simple but just some work... i thought the urea tank was connected to the exhaust but i dont seem to see any of that...hows the urea shoot through into the exhaust//..
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if you look on top of the dpf towards the front of it you will see a stainless peice that looks like heat sink fins, the injector is in there and the def line goes to it. i just disconnected the def line and unplugged the connector and was good to go, along with all the other sensors.
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