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post #1 of 5 Old 11-05-2013, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone else in Phoenix know if they check for the DPF during the emissions testing? I'm guessing the probably do. I'd seriously like to improve the fuel efficiency(and power) of my truck, but... Ugh... STUPID TREE HUGGING HIPPIES ARE RUINING THE PLANET!
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I can't answer that, because I live in Illinois and we do not test. However, if I lived where testing was done, or if they start testing here....I'm going to hallow out a DPF, put all the sensors in place, turn my Mini down to stock setting with LBF at 0. I'm positive you / I would pass a visual test and I'm sure you would pass a snap test too. If not, what can they say? Your equipment is in place. You fail, go home and truly put it back to stock and go back. There is NO way I would ever drive a stock 6.4, maybe a stock 6.7.....However, I don't think I could drive a truck with less than 550HP anymore...LOL.

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I am sure they do
they check for Cats and egr valves
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Yeah, I'm thinking either I have to accidentally pound out the innards of the DPF, or move somewhere I can legally run without a DPF
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Yes they do, my buddy had to put all those dumb filters back on and take them back off once he got home from emissions


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