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Old 02-27-2013, 01:57 AM
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Ok so hopefully I got your attention! My fellow power stroke brothers I need your help! My last truck was a 09 F350 Harley. Spartan tune dpf Delete intake and exhast. With a 10in 22s on 40s. I haven't followed the new superdutys cuz I have been to busy but today went down and bought a 2012 king ranch F350 srw. I need your help!!

1 which tuner spartan still the best?
2 what else besides dpf delete intake and exhast do we need for the 6.7?
3 who's making the best lift I want to run 37/38 I'm too old for 40s
4 need an awesome front bumper with winch!
5 want a bad *** truck topper that doesn't make it look like my grandpas Truck

Truck has no budget sooo gimmie the good stuff. Trucks main use.. Really nothing highway trips pull the race trailer once in awhile if the toter is busy. You guys helped me build the most bad *** 09 Harley with great suggestions! Hope you can hook me up again thanks in advance!!!
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Old 02-27-2013, 02:18 AM
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Sweet, Carli suspension way I intend to go.... Congrats on new truck. We need pictures!
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H&S would be my tune recommendation. Finding anything currently with DPF off tuning is difficult. Deleted trucks on HOT setting are making 500rwhp and 1000+ftlbs.

Icon/Carli/Pure Performance would be at the top of the suspension lifts in no particular order. It really depends on what you wanna do with the truck. Definitely go with the 2.5" shocks from what I've read or bigger for the best ride.
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Fusion Makes some Pretty BA bumpers for the new trucks

Nice buy on the trcuk man
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You'll probably pay more for h&s tuner unless you can find a deal on craigslist. Spartan is good too, but if you tow them heavy loads every now and then it's nice to be able to lower the tune level on the h&s with a touch of a button versus waiting 30-40 minutes to reload another tune on the spartan. So it's kinda up to you they're both good tuners


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agreed both tuners are great but H&S tend to be easier/user friendly
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I'd go H&S mini maxx, with an H&S EGT kit, S&B intake, Carli or Icon lift, Fusion bumper and a retrax bed cover.
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Ok SO Icon 7 in?? good system ??anyone running 38 in tires with that? I hate rubbing will a 7in really clear 38 on a 2012? My 09 i had a 10 in to clear 38s

I want to run 37x13.50x20 SS M16 i think... would the 7in Icon be a good choice? any good forum sponsors who i can buy this kit from?? Thanks for all the suggestions guys!!
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:07 AM
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Will defiantly be getting the Fusion front and rear bumpers love them! great choices guys!!
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We can run 37" tires on the 4.5" lift. Hell, Diesel Power Products just put 40's on our 4.5" system.



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