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Who sells DPF-R kits?

Does anybody know a reputable dealer/store to buy a DPF-R kit from?
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No offense, but there are far better products for the money, and the latest Ford calibration has some stuff in it that kinda renders the DPF-R useless.

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Much further ahead to delete the DPF/DOC altogether

Just some odds and ends. A couple of doo-dads, here and there.
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We carry them, let me know if I can help.



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We carry them, let me know if I can help.
DSTRBD - a couple of quick questions on the DPF-R...

1) Is it true that the key needs to be turned to the "On" position for at least 10 seconds before starting?

2) If that is true, do you know what the intent of the 10-second rule is? Not trying to get into too much detail, but I'm trying to get a feel if my factory option remote start would stick work ok. I'm not sure about the specifics of the remote start, but I'm curious if the 10-seconds needs to start over if I were to very quickly cycle the key back to "off" and back to "start".


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I've never read or heard ANYTHING good about this product. I've read that even with it installed the truck might still go in to regen and limp mode.

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I've never read or heard ANYTHING good about this product. I've read that even with it installed the truck might still go in to regen and limp mode.
We have had several cases of this. I would recommend a tuner. You do not have to add any HP if you do not want to.

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We carry DPF-R for the Dodge trucks but have quit selling the Powerstroke units almost a year ago now due to high defect rates and constant problems. I have some customers on there 3rd unit. Go with a SCT, H&S, or Spartan and be done with it! The SCT is only a couple hundred dollars more and alot more bang for the buck!
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