Just Cowboy Up and Do It!
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Northwest Arkansas
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I agree with Mick. There appears to be little value to a stock tune with DPF delete, when you're dealing with a dealership. I will amend what I said above. The worse thing that can happen is they DO look under your truck, and now you may be screwed. Just put the DPF back on, reload the stock tune, go to the dealership in peace.
Then you'll appreciate the DPF delete all over again.
'08 F350 CC Lariat DRW
Ordered 12/15/06 Built 02/13/07 Delivered 02/28/07
6.4 L PSD, Auto, Tow Boss, Off-Road
Ranchhand Grill Guard, Headache Rack, Brown's Running Boards
Transferflow 98gal Bed Tank
B&W Turnover Ball, FMJ Spray-in Bedliner
F-450 Front Fender Flares
Spartan Tuned 275HP
Dually Club #83
Any part that you make that is expressly designed to remove a functioning emission component is illegal.