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Old 01-22-2008, 02:56 PM
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New way to rid truck of DPF / DOC

I am pretty new to this forum, but have some information you all might find useful. I am currently testing a new exhaust product for a company out of Utah. They rid the truck of the cat and dpf with a replacement pipe, and trick the computer sensors to stay out of regeneration mode. On a stock truck, it will throw a check engine light. But if you run the Edge Juice with Attitude, and set it to clear codes on start up, you will never see a light. I have this set up right now and absolutely love the power! I know this will be a benefit to those who may want to lose the DPF, but dont want to run a programmer like the KEM. I guess this company has done the same thing with the new cummins exhaust, and it has been a big hit. Let me know what you guys think about this, if it all works out I think they will be selling them at a very reasonable price.
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I am pretty new to this forum, but have some information you all might find useful. I am currently testing a new exhaust product for a company out of Utah. They rid the truck of the cat and dpf with a replacement pipe, and trick the computer sensors to stay out of regeneration mode. On a stock truck, it will throw a check engine light. But if you run the Edge Juice with Attitude, and set it to clear codes on start up, you will never see a light. I have this set up right now and absolutely love the power! I know this will be a benefit to those who may want to lose the DPF, but dont want to run a programmer like the KEM. I guess this company has done the same thing with the new cummins exhaust, and it has been a big hit. Let me know what you guys think about this, if it all works out I think they will be selling them at a very reasonable price.
Is this a module by itself to trick the computer without increasing the power? Or does it have to be used with something like Edge? Will it work with Hypermax or Superchips programmers too? Sounds interesting to me. When you say it will throw a check engine light on a stock truck does that mean the regen may start up, or it is simply a cel on but will still work like it should by shutting down the regen. ? I am very interested if it just shuts down the regen..Keep us posted!
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Sounds pretty cool, but I also ask, does it disengage Regen? Cause if all the Edge is doing is clearing the CEL, the truck will eventually "time out" and kick itself in Regen and it won't know to come out of it.

It has already happened to at least one of our members.

If it does turn off Regen, great, more options for our hobby is always better!!
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is this like an h&s kit for the cummins or something close
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H&S makes the kit or did I read it wrong
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Yes, this module keeps regen from coming on. I have driven over 1500 miles and have yet to see any kind of regeneration. It is a small box that plugs into the factory wiring harness connections for all the dpf sensors. From the sounds of it, they will be creating a full Bolt-on system that will be easily returned to stock. They also are working on a full 4" downpipe - back system. The company is H&S, i am surprised you guys had heard of them, they are relatively small and new into diesel performance. Have you heard good or bad things?

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WELCOME!!! Thanks for the info!!
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OK, cool...I guess I didn't understand that there is a module that handles the sensors, and then the Edge just dumps the CELs. Pretty cool.
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