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Installed and tried it out for a week, but didn't like the tune so went w/ a compliant tune and no longer need the exhaust.

Replaces from down pipe back and will fit crew cab long bed. Has black exhaust tip.
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Didn't like rolling black smoke if I even thought about touching the accelerator and no support from the vendor for that particular tune due to EPA (had purchased the exhaust and tune prior to EPA crackdown). Ran the deleted tune for about a week. Switched to the compliant tune and didn't notice a seat of the pants difference so opted for no smoke and vendor support if needed.
 

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Ok, I am new to this. Why do all this in the 1st place? Does this increase performance in terms of power and MPG? I sincerely want to understand, not being smart.
 

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Didn't like rolling black smoke if I even thought about touching the accelerator and no support from the vendor for that particular tune due to EPA (had purchased the exhaust and tune prior to EPA crackdown). Ran the deleted tune for about a week. Switched to the compliant tune and didn't notice a seat of the pants difference so opted for no smoke and vendor support if needed.
Who was the original tuner?
 

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Ok, I am new to this. Why do all this in the 1st place? Does this increase performance in terms of power and MPG? I sincerely want to understand, not being smart.
Multiple reasons - for me, it was to remove the delay when pressing the accelerator pedal, correct speedometer for increase in tire diameter, and increase in power/mpg (multiple tunes using the DSP4 switch)
 
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