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Delete w/ aFe 4" race pipe & HPP tunes

Finally, eat up the leftover of 50K warranty and had delete done.

Thanks to Patrick at Shield and Spear Performance in assistant with purchase of EZLynk w/ SOTF and HPP tunes (1.94)

Also purchased aFe 4" race pipe w/ muffler.

The whole installation and programming took about 3 hrs by myself.

First notice: more torque, more mpg, more soot.

Inside cab, hear the hissing sound when take off with light rev. More of turbo jet engine sound plus black smoke when heavy rev.

Already love it. Already a lot of people out there doing it with pictures so I'm not posting any pics.

Thanks to all the help, guys. Couldn't do it without you guys.

Rough Country 3" lift kit will get installed in the next 2 weeks.
Blue/White strobe lights with siren will get installed in the next 3 weeks.
and I'm done with the mods on the truck (knock on wood)

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>< EZLynk with SOTF - HPP tunes - aFe 4" race pipe w/ muffler

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Finally, eat up the leftover of 50K warranty and had delete done.

Thanks to Patrick at WOP in assistant with purchase of EZLynk w/ SOTF and HPP tunes (1.94)

Also purchased aFe 4" race pipe w/ muffler.

The whole installation and programming took about 3 hrs by myself.

First notice: more torque, more mpg, more soot.

Inside cab, hear the hissing sound when take off with light rev. More of turbo jet engine sound plus black smoke when heavy rev.

Already love it. Already a lot of people out there doing it with pictures so I'm not posting any pics.

Thanks to all the help, guys. Couldn't do it without you guys.

Rough Country 3" lift kit will get installed in the next 2 weeks.
Blue/White strobe lights with siren will get installed in the next 3 weeks.
and I'm done with the mods on the truck (knock on wood)
Awesome man! Sounds like its gonna be a killer ride!
Post some picks after lift and lights - wed all love to see em
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Never blue light a POV...IMO. Too much liability.
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Never blue light a POV...IMO. Too much liability.
Maybe hes cop or emt or volunteer firefighter
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True...but blue lights in a personally owned vehicle open you up to a whole new level of liability. That’s why you are issued or have access to a G-ride.

Elected Constable would be about the only way it would be a good idea.

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True...but blue lights in a personally owned vehicle open you up to a whole new level of liability. That’s why you are issued or have access to a G-ride.

Elected Constable would be about the only way it would be a good idea.
Coos down here use their personal vehicles all the time for part-time jobs on road construction and such
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Never blue light a POV...IMO. Too much liability.
In Texas, over 75% of our Fire Departments are VFD with close to 30,000 volunteer firefighters. All who use their POV to get to the Station House and sometimes on scene.
For many years it was thought that running reds and blues on VFD equipment and their POVs (while in the line of duty) was "illegal"....not so. Both Federal and State regulations allow for use of "reds and blues" on "vehicles designated as "emergency response vehicles".
In all actuality, CFR 49 never really talks about "law enforcement" vehicles in relation to lighting. It uses the terms "emergency service and emergency response".
Also in Texas, as part of the "Move over Slow Down" law (which most folks still don't adhere too) tow trucks and highway clearing crews run blue and Amber. Privately owned Construction vehicles run blue as well in Texas when working on the Highway and Right of Way.
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Never blue light a POV...IMO. Too much liability.
In Texas, over 75% of our Fire Departments are VFD with close to 30,000 volunteer firefighters. All who use their POV to get to the Station House and sometimes on scene.
For many years it was thought that running reds and blues on VFD equipment and their POVs (while in the line of duty) was "illegal"....not so. Both Federal and State regulations allow for use of "reds and blues" on "vehicles designated as "emergency response vehicles".
In all actuality, CFR 49 never really talks about "law enforcement" vehicles in relation to lighting. It uses the terms "emergency service and emergency response".
Also in Texas, as part of the "Move over Slow Down" law (which most folks still don't adhere too) tow trucks and highway clearing crews run blue and Amber. Privately owned Construction vehicles run blue as well in Texas when working on the Highway and Right of Way.
Said way weller than i tried to say it. Lol
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I get the EMS side of lights. I equated blue lights with Police only. We have volunteer fire and rescue guys that have red and white, but no blue. Blue is police only in TN.
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I get the EMS side of lights. I equated blue lights with Police only. We have volunteer fire and rescue guys that have red and white, but no blue. Blue is police only in TN.
Tennessee is a very pretty state. I hope i get to travel there again
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