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Old 11-27-2013, 04:44 PM
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DPF delete and tuning options NEED HELP

I bought a 2013 F-250 6.7 today and immediately bought a straight pipe for it, but now upon searching for tuner for the new truck I've come to see that there are no DPF delete tuners anymore and anyone who has custom files and either "out of stock" or unavailable? I desperately need some guidance on what i should do. I do not want to spend 2,000 on a tuner and custom DPF delete files but if i have to in order to drive my new truck i will.

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Old 11-27-2013, 05:10 PM
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Just ordered this for my 13
H s Performance Mini Maxx Tuner DPF Cat Delete Pipe 11 14 6 7L Ford Powerstroke | eBay

Called them got a free dashpod really nice guys really informative.
No other choice its the $1700 for mini max or cheaper $1300 i think for the xrt pro.
Installing this weekend.
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Old 11-27-2013, 07:52 PM
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just get an XRT STREET tuner for 500 bucks then PM me and I'll hook ya up
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What will the XRT street be able to do? Im only curious because i dont know much on whats required to tune the new motor. But i do appreciate your help if it comes to it!
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Sent ya a PM bud
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Can you send me a pm also please. I just went through having an exhaust sensor go bad and I'm looking for the cheapest way to delete.

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I have a 12

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you will need the xrt pro for the deletes
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