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Question DPF and EGR Deletes

Do you have to us a programmer if you delete the DPF and the EGR?
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YES! There is no way around it.

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So I see ones that are a few hundred dollars and ones that are in the thousand dollars range... Is it, you get what you pay for, or the all do the basic thing, one just has more options?
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Pre owned SCT will probably be your cheapest route, then buy a custom tune for it.
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DPF-R will suit you fine if you just want to delete the egr and dpf/doc... The only thing is you cant replace the egr elbow with an aftermarket elbow but most people don't anyways.

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^^ I always forget about those.
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Yes. You have to tune to adjust for it.
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H&S will disable the EGR
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Hey guys, new to the site and new to the diesel world. I've done a lot of reading deleting the DPF and EGR. My question is, on average what is the overall cost to do this? Parts and labor. Not looking for exact just a ballpark. It appears that the tuners that are required range any where from $800 to $2000 each not including the parts and labor for the dpf and egr removal. Thanks for the feedback.
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Hey guys, new to the site and new to the diesel world. I've done a lot of reading deleting the DPF and EGR. My question is, on average what is the overall cost to do this? Parts and labor. Not looking for exact just a ballpark. It appears that the tuners that are required range any where from $800 to $2000 each not including the parts and labor for the dpf and egr removal. Thanks for the feedback.
My cost was in the $1200 range for tuner, egr delete kit, dpf/cat delete race pipe. Also added into that was 3gal of gold coolant, and a new plastic Y pipe (I broke mine during the install). Biggest thing is take your time.
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