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Old 08-25-2013, 04:57 PM
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2013 F250 6.7 need help

I just got a new f250 and was needing some help pick out some performance parts for her. this is my first diesel so im new to the whole thing any help or opinions would be much appreciated. Also i was told that the best programmer money can buy was made by h&s and im having so trouble finding one. i have a 6" fab-tech 4 link lift coming in next week so also any suggestion on wheels and tires would help greatly I'm looking at bmfs right now and thats about as far as I've gotten. thanks
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Old 08-31-2013, 10:01 AM
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If you don't care about the warranty I would delete the dpf. It was one of my first mods
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Old 08-31-2013, 12:00 PM
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i just ordered my mini maxx. i think ill wait and get it maybe break in my truck a lil more and then delete it. what is the best cai or turbo upgrade?
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S&B dry filter. And keep the stock turbo IMO.
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S&B dry filter. And keep the stock turbo IMO.
Hey Big, have you added a CAI to yours???
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Old 08-31-2013, 05:36 PM
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I'd keep the stock air intake because it's really a great filter. Aftermarket ones have no benefit until really high hp and may let dirt in. Keep the stock turbo too unless you really want more power and better reliability. Just do the tuner and exhaust, then the turbo in my opinion.
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I recommend EGR block-off so you can have EGTs on the minimaxx, 5" Exhaust straight piped with a FTE diesel resonator, plus MCC unlock and SPE Hot-X tune.
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