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Old 12-22-2008, 04:11 AM
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DPF Delete

New to "this" world but what is the DPF Delete? I think I know, but......
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Old 12-22-2008, 04:29 AM
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Its a pipe and programming that eliminates the Diesel particulate filter on the 08 up trucks.
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'08? Haven't I seen threads of this concerning older trucks??
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'08? Haven't I seen threads of this concerning older trucks??
not with a dpf delete. cat delete yes
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Old 12-22-2008, 05:30 AM
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I wouldn't think so. The DPF only came out in 08 and concerns the 6.4 Ford and newer duramaxipads and crummins.
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Older trucks don't have them. It's the new emission laws that require it on the new trucks. They are a royal PITA. They are supposed to remove all the Diesel Particulates and store them till it "regenerates", when it burns them all up. The burning up part requires fuel being injected late in the combustion cycle, so you end up with unburnt fuel in your exhaust which burns in the DPF, incinerating all that soot. This means more fuel being wasted. The DPF causes enormous back pressure, further hurting the efficiency of the new diesel engine.

Anyway, you are lucky that you don't have to deal with it..
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Good -one less thing I have to worry about getting rid of on my '06. Thanks all and Merry Christmas!!
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