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Old 09-13-2009, 02:28 PM
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once i installed dpf delete pipe. idle went up to 900-950 seems high?

just wondering if any one else has this issue? when dpf was on idle was fine then i put on delete and it went up
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Old 09-13-2009, 02:43 PM
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Are you talking about RPM's?
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ya rpms, tried blurping throtle to get it to come back down and it stays up a little to high
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What tuning is this?
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I would bet he did not install the tune yet and it kicked into regen.
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I would bet he did not install the tune yet and it kicked into regen.
^^^ what he said..

You *did* re-tune it to disable the regen process, right? Your message didn't mention that part.
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that would not be a good situation if that happened, then the DPF is basically pointless
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