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Old 10-03-2013, 06:58 PM
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NEED some hope here haha

So i got rid of my fully deleted cummins and got a ford cuz i have driven a few at work lately and i liked em and FORD advertises all over the cummins forum and you can only watch those stupid doing work videos for so long without wanting one haha So i picked up a 2013 Lariat 4x4 love the inside rides better than the cummins stock and is def alil faster.

Soooo i have 300 miles on the truck it was already regen'd once which i think is rediculous and now after driving it a few days the engine seems to be extremely corked and just not happy so i spent 1500 to get all the delete BS just like my dodge , PLEASE someone chime in and tell me this will make the truck awesome haha cuuuz i love to idle my trucks and tow without worrying about going into regen on a 6% grade
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Old 10-03-2013, 07:05 PM
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Sure will. All deleted makes it a totally different beast
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Old 10-03-2013, 07:08 PM
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Thanks man thats kind of what im hoping for i NEED to actually keep this thing for a while i have a bad habit of trading in trucks wayyyyy before their time and honestly i could care less about the warranty its been my experience with my dodges you dont need a warranty once they are deleted haha
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Old 10-03-2013, 07:38 PM
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Only thing I wish I did differently was done the tune and deletes sooner
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That's how I feel I deleted both of my Cummins trucks before 1000 miles and had lots of clean oil from then on out , and hopefully I'll have the ford done by the end of the week and start enjoying this thing without worrying about turning it off while its in regen mode
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Let us know how it turns out...in the beginning I was like no way because of warranty stuff.....but I may be changing my mind.
I traded an '08 Cummins for the Ford after 3 turbos in 42kmiles.....funny I was the only guy having problems....damn dpf. I ended up getting in on the class action suit with an attorney from Texas. I got a random phone call, sent him the service records, and had a check for 8 grand 6 weeks later.

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Old 10-03-2013, 09:58 PM
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Night and Day Difference
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I put on over 140000 hard Kms while fully deleted ( straight pipe,urea and egr delete) the truck never ran better than when it was deleted and tuned. And never need the dealership. Just oil changes and tires
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Old 10-05-2013, 09:55 AM
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you guys are killing me to tune and delete my truck!
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