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If anyone could answer this question off the top of their head, then people wouldn't pay big money for dyno runs. If you want the correct number then get it dyno'd, otherwise I could say you are running 400 hp, and 800 torque.
Plus i dont even know the amount of peak boost you are running. Your best bet would be to ask for the specs on the tunes they use at DP when they take into consideration your modifications.
As for next mod, I say wicked wheel mod, lift it bigger, and a 5" exhaust with cat and muffler delete. Depending on what state you live in and if you have to keep the cat on.
2002 CCLB F350 7.3L 4x4 Lariat. Black with 2007 Tan leather interior. Mild towing tune, K&N CAI with sleeve, MBRP 4" exhaust straight pipe.
Kettering University off road diesel enthusiast