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if i got a superchip tuner and used on tow/safe tune only would it clog my exhaust
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post #2 of 8 Old 10-07-2008, 05:06 PM
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I would say yes

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Not immediately, but over time. More importantly it will also cause it to go into regeneration mode more often, any programmer with the DPF will.

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Not immediately, but over time. More importantly it will also cause it to go into regeneration mode more often, any programmer with the DPF will.
Yes and going into regen more often will give you worse gas mileage. Also whe the truck is in regen it feels like there is a loss of power.

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im gonna say yes.... their has be no significant proof that any tuners will give you any MPG without taking off the DPF....

maybe 1pmg... and thats a big maybe....
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if i got a superchip tuner and used on tow/safe tune only would it clog my exhaust
I have the flashpaq and put allot of miles on it towing, It did start to regen more often. I do not use it anymore do to spartan dpf delete is allot better for the truck. It can breath now

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I will 100% say no..... I run the superchips cortex on both trucks.... and on extreme it fills the DPF on the Dodge...but on the middle two there are no issues what so ever.... and on the Ford, there is no smoke on the 2 low settings... only get it on the high setting.... so like I said....No it will not fill the DPF.....


WITH THAT SAID....GET A DPF DELETE AND DONT WORRY ABOUT IT

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