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Dpf removed tune with dpf still in

Hey guys I just bought a 08 f-350 and it came with a edge evolution cs in it but it still has the factory exhaust I was wondering if I can tell it the dpf is removed and still run the truck or is it going to hurt something? Im hoping to get new exhaust in a couple weeks and then get a different programmer.
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Dpf removed tune with dpf still in

Are you sure it doesn't have a dpf delete pipe?


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Dpf removed tune with dpf still in

Ya I'm sure it's there


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How do you know it has a dpf off tune on it. If you had the dpf off tunes and dpf still on there without regen'ing then it wouldn't run very well because the dpf would be plugged
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Dpf removed tune with dpf still in

K that's what I thought when I change levels on the programmer it asks me it I removed the dpf


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Yeah, it's no good for the DPF if you run a DPF-delete tune. It'll get clogged and eventually affect performance. How long will that take? Don't know. Weeks? Months? Years?
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Is the exhaust tip black or clean
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I think I will just put it to stock and wait till I get some exhaust


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Well if the dpf is on there, there is no reason to be tuning it with dpf off tunes. Pretty soon your gonna have some real issues

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