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Old 11-17-2012, 12:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What should I do first on my new 2010?

So just bought a 2010 GMC Sierra CCSB 4x4 with only 4400 miles on it, screaming deal. So I have been out out the diesel game for awhile, what are some must add mods? or simple DIY's i can do? I am looking at PPE turner and DPF delete right away. Can I still block the EGR on a 2010?

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Old 11-17-2012, 01:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Alright I found a DIY list, is the PCV re route something I need to do in the LMM?
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Old 11-17-2012, 02:12 PM   #3 (permalink)
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EGR blocker, PCV reroute, and exhaust are the norms. However, the PPE's have kinda went by the wayside since there are so many great EFI Live tuners out there.
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EGR blocker, PCV reroute, and exhaust are the norms. However, the PPE's have kinda went by the wayside since there are so many great EFI Live tuners out there.
Yeah I am leaning twds EFI myself seeing so many people are going in that way...
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I've heard many good things about EFI
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So how much is EFI and delete pipe gonna run me?
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So how much is EFI and delete pipe gonna run me?
You really need to contact some of the vendors that sell this stuff with that question.
You could start off by contacting http://atptrucks.com/
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You really need to contact some of the vendors that sell this stuff with that question.
You could start off by contacting http://atptrucks.com/
Thanks I will look into that.
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Good luck getting your hands on a "dpf delete pipe". Flo-pro may be the only option if you're wanting to go that route. I'd just put on a 4 or 5" Downpipe back exhaust made for a 01-07 truck and call it good. Exhaust is going to run you anywhere from $275-$800 depending on what you get. EFI by a reputae tuner will run you somewhere in the $500-900 range depending on what all you get.
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If your having a problem getting a delete pipe, you can build your own DPF delete pipe using exhaust component parts only, 4 bolt flange and midpipe, hanger clamps, for 2001-2005 Duramax catback system.
Plus a 3 bolt flange, you will need to modify one clamp a little shown in picture. Cut hanger from one side and weld to the other side for the rear exhaust clamp before the 3 bolt flange.
I bought everything from MBRP and installed 4 years ago, total cost was $250.
Weld a 4"x17" long exhaust pipe to the 3 bolt flange flare out the end to slide over and clamp to the mid pipe.
Add a front pipe if you want and there you have it.

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