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post #1 of 15 Old 03-12-2013, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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Spartan on 6.7 Yes or No?

I had the DPF delete on my 6.4 with Spartan tuner, and loved it. Does the 6.7 need it? Is it worth the approx $2K? Anyone with any experience here would be appreciated, thanks.
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Delete it well worth it!!! Get an h&s mini this time lol.


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What is and H&s mini?
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What is and H&s mini?

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Get another spartan cheaper than a mini max, instock, makes more power, drives better, and has real gauge options over the h&s products.


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What about a cold air intake, any better than others?
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I have spartan and really like. I have the S&B and seems to be working well.


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H&S shifts WAY better than Spartan, my dad has em both for his 6.7 and prefers H&S. The mini max is also shift on the fly.

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H&S shifts WAY better than Spartan, my dad has em both for his 6.7 and prefers H&S. The mini max is also shift on the fly.
Get the updated tunes for the spartan and you'll change your mind.


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