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6.7 Diesel Programmer Question

This is my first time posting here. I have a 2011 Ford F250 FX4 with 37" Nitto Trail Grappler's and a 6" Pro Comp suspension lift. I want some advice on which programmer to purchase that will give me the highest increase in mpg and speedometer calibration. I have been told that the SCT is probably the best for around $400.
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Are you wanting to delete or not. For on road tuning you need to check out innovative diesel. Innovativediesel.com

if you want to delete your emissions, you have spartan and h&s to choose from

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What is the reason for deleting? I use my truck on road 99% of the time
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It is a personal preference. It is almost a requirement on the 6.4s but the 6.7s its not a necessity.

If I were going to a 6.7 I would probably do the Innovative diesel programming that way I wouldn't have to worry about warranty and dealers

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Ok Thanks....Will it still void the warranty
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In order for a programmer to void the warranty, they have to prove that it voided the warranty. But for a programmer that deletes the emissions, warranty is automatically void for tampering with emissions. ALL of this is dependent on your dealer though. You need to just call IDP and talk to Ted or someone

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Ok Thanks for the info
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TSTAD, I have enjoyed the performance and MPG gains from my Bank's Automind tuner. I have heard good things about the Innovative Diesel tuner also but I'm speaking from experience with the Bank's tuner. Very noticeable performance gain and good MPG increase. The MPG increase on highway driving is more noticeable than city driving. Just wanted to contribute my 2 cents.


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Thanks for your feedback, I appreciate it. I just bought a SCT SFS 3015 tuner today for my 2011 F250 FX4....It wont be installed until Thursday or Friday though....Ill see how it does...There has been alot of good reviews on it
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