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Old 10-24-2010, 09:51 AM
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So can the DEF system be deleted on the 6.7l truck yet? Interested in getting one but the fact that the truck could limp itself scares me.
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H&S has it deleted with their tuning that will be out by mid November.
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Old 10-26-2010, 05:55 PM
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So will the truck always think it is full of Urea?
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So can the DEF system be deleted on the 6.7l truck yet? Interested in getting one but the fact that the truck could limp itself scares me.
i dont see why people would delete the thing,its not restrictive at all,the only reason i would delete it is because the urea crap.other than that,its the cleanest burning,most efficient machine out there....hats off too ford...
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i dont see why people would delete the thing,its not restrictive at all,the only reason i would delete it is because the urea crap.other than that,its the cleanest burning,most efficient machine out there....hats off too ford...
I want to disable the part that limps the truck to 20mph if it is not filled up. Look i dont want to get into a back and forth argument with you on my I should keep my truck filled with DEF. It is my truck and I can choose to do whatever I please with it, and yes hats off to Ford.
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i would simply because it just one more thing to buy, the only way i would keep it on is if i could pee in the tank.
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Old 10-28-2010, 09:53 AM
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H&S is simply deleting the urea injection tuning from the factory programming. No need to physically delete the urea system only disconnecting it from the exhaust upon removal.
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i would simply because it just one more thing to buy, the only way i would keep it on is if i could pee in the tank.
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H&S is simply deleting the urea injection tuning from the factory programming. No need to physically delete the urea system only disconnecting it from the exhaust upon removal.
this is good info. have you done this to your truck?
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I will be traveling remote parts of Australia with mine, at times 1000 miles from the nearest town or 1800 miles from a city. There will only be one place in all of Australia that can help if it goes in limp mode for some reason, even then they may have to fly parts from the US. I would like to be able to disable the DEF only in a breakdown situation if that is the problem.

I don't want more power, just security if needed. If it does this than I will have one in my glovebox for a "just in case situation".

Having said all that I am yet to read of any such problems.

Mine is built, waiting on shipping to the US dealer before getting stuck in a container for 5 week boat ride and then a 6 week RHD conversion. Can't come fast enough.
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