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post #1 of 14 Old 10-30-2013, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Installed Mini Maxx and 5" flo pro.

Got my mini maxx and flo pro 5" with muffler installed today with a black 6 inch tip.
Love the new sound and all emission crap off. Gonna do egr delete and s and b intake tomorrow. All this on a 2011 f250. Pics to come
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PICS! VIDEO! That's exactly what I'm gearing up to do!
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Changed fuel filters today, and started on egr delete. Had a few things not go my way been making trips to town to buy tools etc to help. I like a hair before it pulls off. Think ive broke every plastic clip on this thing. have no clue how they expect this things to come off without breaking. Im taking bolts off egr piping now. Ones holding the longer pipe are a pain. Gonna have to get an extension with a swivel I believe to get them. 1/4 inch wratchet with extensions and sockets alone wasn't up to the task.
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A set of crows foot ratchet connections really helped me on those hard to reach spots. Just take your time and it will all come together.
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Done mine about 1.5 months ago. Whole new truck.

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Thanks on crow foot recommendation. If anybody else has method they used let me know.

That clamp on the bottom is a mofo to get to but i went and bought a neat tool at napa that worked pretty good.
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3/8" drive with swivel adapters. The Hardest bolt is the one on the back of the EGR by the firewall. Gear Wrench is your best option for this. I think the hardest part of the delete was getting the small hose off the radiator and putting the cap back on it and tightening it down.

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Few hard to get to things. Yes that radiator hose was a pain for sure. Nut on back of egr for bracket was a pain also. Woudnt have been if I woulda knew exactly what I was looking at ha. Anyways its all done.
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Just did mine today too...I posted a review and made mention of that back side 10mm nut...whish I new that before I did mine cuz I sat there for a half hour like a dumb *** turning the nut all the way off for no reason...a lot of work but feels good to have it done


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