Don't you worry about it
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: North Carolina
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just go ahead and get the edge... good luck. Let me dumb this down for you. The DPF is there to collect soot from the exhaust. On a stock truck there may not be much soot. When you start adding hp the smoke increases therefor the soot increases which leads to the DPF getting filled more quickly. If the DPF gets full quicker that means more regens, more regens means more fuel in oil, more fuel in oil means no good engine. I wouldn't run a DPF on tune on my truck. If I wasn't going to delete the DPF I would by a truck that didn't have one.
Open your mouth and blow all the air out of your lungs, then go put your hand over your mouth and try to blow the air out... thats like a DPF for your lungs.
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4" Dual Exhaust
4" BDS with Fox shocks and PMF stage 2 traction blocks