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Old 10-03-2013, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by brandonjansen View Post
I'm thinking you meant high sulfer tunes, not low. Highway diesel is already ultra low sulfer.

Up here in Canada I don't have to worry proving that it's not a street driven vehicle. We don't have the same EPA standards restricting that.

I just talked to a supplier up here in Canada and apparently they are still producing H&S tuners capable of deleting for countries other than the US. Prices have definitely skyrocketed up here because of the EPA issues in the States though.

So my first question.... you can run an H&S MiniMaxx race tuner without having done the DPF delete right off the bat?? I thought you had to delete the DPF as soon as you installed the tuner. Or is that a setting when you tune it?
Second question, what exactly does the transmission tuning give you? Firmer shifting and better shift points I'm assuming? Will it give me any problems down the road on a completely stock 68rfe tranny?

I have a line right now on a MiniMaxx Race Tuner, Flo-Pro downpipe and DPF delete pipe, and a Sinister EGR delete kit for $1800. I figure that's not a bad deal for all 3 of those seeing as the tuner itself is $1600 anywhere you look online. I'm just trying to get the guy to include the shipping in the $1800 and then I'll probably buy the set up.

Yes thank you! I do mean HIGH sulfer.

Have you looked into H&S's MCC tuning? It might(will) save you some money! There are some good custom tuners out there.
2007 6.7 | EFI-Live | Draconian tuned TCM | T4 S366 | ARP | AFE | Fox | Carli

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