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Old 01-12-2017, 09:36 AM
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Hey everyone. I have 55k on my '14 and am looking to delete everything in the spring and add a CAI. My question is...what is everyone using now that smart Jr. ME isn't available for the newer trucks. I loved that programmer on my 07.5. Is there a def delete after the full delete or do we continue to have to buy that crap. What CAI are being used? EGR delete kit? Will the new programmers coincide and sync with the gauges on the digital display unit on these trucks. Or will the programmer have the gauges built or or should I go for the a-post mounted gauges. Any other tidbits of knowledge or wisdom would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 01-12-2017, 11:03 AM
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My truck came straight pipe sounds good but there are times I wish it had a muffler or resonator just to tone it down a little. Hauling heavy through the mountains gets on my nerves
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The 2012's and down are good with keeping the factory muffler but the 2013's and up need something more than a MBRP muffler... it's still too loud and draws attention. We used a Flo Pro delete pipe with no muffler on the 2013 and it was way too loud, after talking to Flo Pro they recommended one of their mufflers but I couldn't get one quick enough so went with the MBRP which was a mistake. Perhaps two mufflers and no delete pipe is what is needed, that would be cheaper anyway. Anyone delete a 2013 and up and use a Flo Pro muffler?
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I have a 14 with a Flo Pro muffler. I thought it was about right sound wise. Now I have a cheetah turbo on and it's a little loud
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I guess I should have listened to Flo Pro and waited to get their muffler.
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