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There is a device out there that retains the stock programming and allows removal of the DPF. However, it costs like $450 and you can get a tuner for a little more and run stock power level with the option for other tunes later. I believe the device that alters the PCM without reprogramming it is the DPF-R device. Otherwise, without a tuning device of some sort you cannot run without the DPF.
2010 F250 CC, long bed, 4x4 Lariat with DPF/CAT delete and Spartan tuning, 2.5" leveling kit, 20x10 Fuel Kranks on Toyo AT II Xtremes.
2003 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic