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post #1 of 17 Old 11-10-2010, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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dpf delete no tune

can a dpf be deleted with out a tune just to stop the regen you would think that would up mpg
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You would need a tuner to run a DPF delete but you can run it stock DPF delete. As far as mpg improvement I don't see why it wouldn't improve your mpg.


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i thought no but someone on here posted about how if you leave the sensors in you can use a delete pipe. HOW EVER you half to leave the key on for 10 seconds every startto restart the regen cycle and if you drive over 100 miles you have to pull over and reset it. Basically when you go into regen you are f9ck0d

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check out some ebay packages. u can get a delete and a decent tuner for like 600 i wanna say. that will get u like 2 to 3 mpg depending on ur driving.

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not going into regen would save fuel not ?
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you can just get the H&S XRT with a very small mild tune and you could delete it for a lot less money than the big tunes

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not going into regen would save fuel not ?
Yes it would.


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thanks I will look into some different dpf kits
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thanks I will look into some different dpf kits
here you go this is what your looking for: 2008-2010 Ford 6.4L XRT Race Tuner

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I have a NADP 4.0 which just fools the computer so there is no more regen. I only have the DPF delete so the DOC is still intact and I noticed a slight fuel mileage gain. 4 mpg at most on highway and around 1-3 city depending how Im driving.

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