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they make dpf back exhaust for the truck... but i would strongly suggest just deleting it along with the egr coolers and tuning it... and as far as trading it in you could always have dpf put back on or sell it out right and it usually scares most 6.4 potental buyers if it actually still has the dpf on it cuz it slowly kills the engine, which deleted can be one of the best and most powerful diesels on just tune...
Ford trucks + tractors + wife n my kids = my life
In keeping with the title of the thread, here's my recently-sold Powerstroke. Was sad to see it go, but I've made myself a promise to never love a vehicle too much... The right amount of cash took her to a new home about 4 months ago. Bought it bone stock with 18X,XXX miles and spent the next 40,000 or so playing with go-fast parts.
99 7.3L 5in lift 35 nitto mud terrains 17in xd addicts stage two injectors, and intake. Bully dog chip
Bullydog's stuff is all set up for a stock truck with only intake and exhaust mods (and even those aren't required). I can imagine that it either ran pretty rough, or you definitely weren't making full use of those injectors...? What size were they, anyway?