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Old 07-13-2010, 07:25 AM   #16  
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Hey Blake,

Very nice publish there. This is exactly what the newby's need to improve their fun-factor and be trouble free at the same time. Way to go and put it together all in one place and refer to the different levels of disable/delete. Thanks for the honorable mention and not calling it "beginner style" .
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Hey Blake,

Very nice publish there. This is exactly what the newby's need to improve their fun-factor and be trouble free at the same time. Way to go and put it together all in one place and refer to the different levels of disable/delete. Thanks for the honorable mention and not calling it "beginner style" .
Beginner style... No Way!

I remember you helping me out when I was first starting.

There is a place for all levels of deletes, and Id bet that if you were in a bit less communistic area you would go all out...
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Old 07-13-2010, 09:40 AM   #18  
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Mr. Clark this is a perfect time for this post. I have just dropped my truck off at the dealer for the 8th time and guess what code 2262 turbo charger fault AGAIN.....My new turbo is on order and will be installed hopefully by Monday. My Smarty and delete pipe just got ordred and will be installed after I get my truck back!!!!!!! I am too big of a sissy to do the Blake deletes, so stealth (MEGA) I will go. I thank everyone for the delete posts and soon I will be headache free.
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Thanks...when I pick up my 2011 I will be doing the stealth delete for sure....
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Stealth deletes work on 2010-up???

I didn't think they did?
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Old 07-13-2010, 11:20 AM   #21  
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Well with the release of the new H&S tuner for the 2010 it should.

Do your homework before you commit....
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Old 07-13-2010, 12:59 PM   #22  
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Anothe day, another 30$ closer to mine
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Anothe day, another 30$ closer to mine
Installation fees for you are gonna make you need new underwear!!!!!


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Well with the release of the new H&S tuner for the 2010 it should.

Do your homework before you commit....
Waiting on the Smarty before I do anything...no reason for me to delete and lose warranty really...16.5-17mpg average, and plenty of power, I'll just hold pat for a bit!

Nice write up though!
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Installation fees for you are gonna make you need new underwear!!!!!


Have you forgotten who it was under the hood of the mega hooking up an edge....
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Have you forgotten who it was under the hood of the mega hooking up an edge....
Yup....

Worm!
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Good your memory serves you well, and who busted his but getting all that out?

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Oh quit crying....

Ill do it for you.
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Awwwesome thread! Great info! Thanks Blake!
Clean in...Black out!!!
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What is everyone doing with the CCV hose? Leaving it alone or delete? I thought I read somewhere that it should be removed.
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