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Old 07-25-2010, 06:36 AM
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Can i install dpf delete with no tuner?

what will happen if i install my dpf/cat delete pipe and not reprogram?
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I don't think it will run
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what will happen if i install my dpf/cat delete pipe and not reprogram?
It'll run but it'll be in constant regen then possibly won't run/start again. It throws codes because the sensors recognize there's too much air flowing through. In short--you can't do it.

Side note---everyone would appreciate a better thread title next time such as: "can i install dpf delete with no tuner?"
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Old 07-25-2010, 08:32 AM
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It'll run but it'll be in constant regen then possibly won't run/start again. It throws codes because the sensors recognize there's too much air flowing through. In short--you can't do it.

Side note---everyone would appreciate a better thread title next time such as: "can i install dpf delete with no tuner?"
Agreed and fixed
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nice english on the renaming
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Old 07-25-2010, 12:51 PM
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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.
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Old 07-26-2010, 02:54 PM
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nice english on the renaming
Is there a problem?
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Is there a problem?
I was curious WTH he was talking about too
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If you dont get a DPF dlete tune on your truck it will die!
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nice english on the renaming
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Is there a problem?
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I was curious WTH he was talking about too
Maybe he's British.

As for the OP Question. The truck will run for a little bit, but will eventually go into Regen mode continuously with no sign of stopping. Daddystoy mentions the only other alternative if you opt not to tune or just can't afford the tuner at this time.
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