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Old 08-12-2014, 11:47 AM
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2012 Ford 6.7L Delete kit needed

Can someone point me in the right direction as to what I need to do the complete delete....I'm looking to buy a kit or possibly each part separately.. just not sure where to start....And I'm sorry if the info is already on here...I don't have the time to set and read thru the post...for I have to work to afford ****...lol...


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Can someone point me in the right direction as to what I need to do the complete delete....I'm looking to buy a kit or possibly each part separately.. just not sure where to start....And I'm sorry if the info is already on here...I don't have the time to set and read thru the post...for I have to work to afford ****...lol...


Thanks for any help!!!!
I can sum it up from 4 months of scratching my head wondering the same thing (and wishing there was a simple, concise answer):
-In order to do anything performance-related or to delete anything, you need a programmer. The most popular on here are the SCT 5015 (Livewire), SCT 7015 (x4), and the H&S MiniMaxx.
-Next, choose whether to delete or stay stock to experiment with power.
-Delete the EGR or leave the hardware on-board but isolated? There are several options; removing the equipment lightens the truck, cleans up the engine bay, and eliminates the soot build-up on the hardware and in the heads and cylinders. Kits are available to either block off the exhaust or block off and continue the low-side coolant loop.
-Deleting the DPF is worthwhile. Going with a replacement pipe, muffler, or downtube-back system is your choice. The replacement pipe is a partial system where downtube-back bolts to the manifold and ends where the dinosaur smoke spills. This system may or may not have a muffler as well; your choice.
Finally, some choose to remove the DEF tank and plumbing. This system must be disconnected during the DPF delete, but I am still fuzzy about how this is accomplished. I do not see any kits from the suppliers of the other hardware, so I will assume just unplug it and tie it up or remove the whole she-bang.

From there, long live the POWERSTOKE!

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