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Old 05-17-2010, 02:34 PM
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sorry guys not a powerstroker but im here to learn, i am die hard cummins, and i hate duramaxs so maybe we can atleast agree on that

i do have a few questions to start with how do you go about deleting the emissions on a 6.4? does it require tuning like dodge or can you just cut it off? have a dealer do it?
i ask because i know a guy with what they call a stock straight piped 6.4 that they swear will walk any cummins and its really gettin to me lol saying a stock truck can beat a tuned truck is ludacris
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:38 PM
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1. Delete pipe

2. Spartan or sct.

He isn't far off. But it doesn't make sense how he is running without issue...
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:42 PM
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so to be so called straight piped he must be running one of those 2 tunes?

i havent crawled under the truck to look but i cant see this guy spending 1500 bucks on a spartan..

lets clear this up for sure... the dpf on a ford is like the one on a dodge a tuner must turn it off or you will go into limp mode?
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:45 PM
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No, there are plenty of other tuners out there, but if you want to spend a grand for 600 horse, those are the two to pick.

I would assume it is just like the dodge if you removed it.
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thats what i was getting at they swear it doesnt have a tune but swear its straight piped, and 600hp is a lil far fetched i believe it was 512 on tune exhaust and intake or 529hp but not 600
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:53 PM
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Eric at IDP has trucks that have dyno'd over 600, and with the new spartan 350 tune they are seeing the same numbers.

They suggest a built tranny.
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:57 PM
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dang they are up to 350 now? whens this crap going to end they are fast enough!! running low 12s and high 11s is just wrong!! i can beat mustang saleens with mine so its FAST but i cant even imagine a 600hp basically stock truck
i would imagine after a few months a 6.4 with the 310 would begin to slip the od clutches
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Our 6.4 runs mid 10's, but it's far from stock.
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i know a cummins that runs 9s but its far from stock too..... honestly i like the just tuner power anybody can make 1000hp if you do the fuel and air mods
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