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good delete pipe?

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just put mine on,get it coated,worked great
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That's Rudy's Diesel Performance. Sean (the guy that makes the pipes) is on here as powerstroker67. Great product from Sean, great sales/support from Rudy's. I definitely recommend them.

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ceramic I would imagine.

I just installed a full delete pipe. And compared to the DPF only delete pipe. Night and day difference. It almost feels like a small tune even running a stock no-regen file. If you are going to delete. Spend the extra money and get a full delete. Money is well worth it.

Lets just say not quite stock.
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And easier to install the full delete over the dpf only delete.

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ceramic I would imagine.

I just installed a full delete pipe. And compared to the DPF only delete pipe. Night and day difference. It almost feels like a small tune even running a stock no-regen file. If you are going to delete. Spend the extra money and get a full delete. Money is well worth it.
What kind of difference do you feel with these comparison's:

STOCK w/ DPF vs STOCK TUNING w/ CAT/DPF Delete.
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A completely stock setup. The truck feels laggy and choked up. With the full delete. Spool up is much faster. Crisper throttle response. You can feel the difference in the seat of your pants.

Lets just say not quite stock.
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A completely stock setup. The truck feels laggy and choked up. With the full delete. Spool up is much faster. Crisper throttle response. You can feel the difference in the seat of your pants.
Yup, definatly much stronger stock tunning with full deletes. I talked to a guy who dynoed stock/ stock deleted about 6 months ago and it was a significant gain, can't remember any numbers, but you will feel it.

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I'm guessing with stock tuning with a cat/dpf delete I would not only feel more power but also have lower EGT's and better MPG?
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