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Old 12-31-2010, 09:05 AM
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H&S w/out DPF Delete

Is anyone out there running the H&S just on the DPF off option, without deleting the whole system? If so, what are your opinions, or would I be better of to just get the H&S Mini and Delete the DPF/DEF?
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Old 01-01-2011, 05:58 AM
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yes i have ran both ways... dpf on-- get ready to go thru some dpf fluid!! dpf off-- turn it up and have fun!!
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Depending on how you drive it , our truck needs urea every 3000 miles, but our truck isnt driven lightly that often. I think it was only 15$ for a 1.5 gallon bottle of it last time we got some
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Depending on how you drive it , our truck needs urea every 3000 miles, but our truck isnt driven lightly that often. I think it was only 15$ for a 1.5 gallon bottle of it last time we got some
There's a difference in RWHP though. Remember I said RWHP!
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Depending on how you drive it , our truck needs urea every 3000 miles, but our truck isnt driven lightly that often. I think it was only 15$ for a 1.5 gallon bottle of it last time we got some
mine uses a tank of UREA every 6000 miles , and where are you getting yours? local freightliner here is $8.

OP, get the H&S delete and be done with it, you wont regret it
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Old 01-07-2011, 07:11 PM
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mine was using a tank every 3000 miles unloaded and highway driving only. After I spent 0ver $100 on urea and dealer saying nothing was wrong, i am happily H&S tuned and no more urea
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Old 01-08-2011, 10:47 AM
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Alright, after watching my truck Re-Gen 3 times in the first 1000 miles of its life, I've decided that I'm going to get an H&S and Get rid of the DPF/DEF.. I have a few questions though, as I am pretty stupid when it comes to the diesel world, this being my first diesel vehicle and all!
My first question is, If I delete the DPF/DEF, do I have to either turn off or delete the EGR, or I can I leave it functioning. My next question then, is if I do have to either turn the EGR off or delete it, which is better?
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Old 01-08-2011, 11:27 AM
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I live near Yakima Washington and according to Oreilly Auto Parts Urea is available in their stores for $4.99 a gallon or 2.5 gallons for $11.99. I would assume they would stock it in all their stores. My truck has 4000 miles and I haven't had to add yet.
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Old 01-09-2011, 08:44 PM
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if I delete the DPF/DEF do I have to actually change out the exhaust? If so do I need to reinstall it to get warranty work done on the truck - say I bring it in for a broken door handle and they see the changed exhaust - is that a problem?
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if I delete the DPF/DEF do I have to actually change out the exhaust? If so do I need to reinstall it to get warranty work done on the truck - say I bring it in for a broken door handle and they see the changed exhaust - is that a problem?
yep. only takes a few hours anyway
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