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Depends on how long you plan on owning the truck. If you plan to keep it for any length of time the mods definately pay out in the end not in just fuel saving but longevity of the engine and components as well.
A programer will adjust the timing curve and make the engine run much more efficiently, the deletes will stop the engine from recirculating exhaust gas back into your intake and carboning up your whole system. It will save in turbos as well as their is less carbon running through the engine.
If you are going to get rid of it in a few years, just buy a programer that will shut off the emissions and make yourself up some block off plates, won't cost you much at all.
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