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post #1 of 11 Old 12-03-2011, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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DPF Deleted Exhaust

Any of you guys with DPF delete have pics of your exhaust setup?

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Kind of a crappy picture. 5" exhaust with 6"x18" tip.





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Pull it sideways back and forth....and don't be gentle
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Do you have pics of the system under the truck?

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No. It looks like an exhaust pipe. The DPF back systems bolt directly to the flange at the back of the DPF. The delete pipes clamp right up to the down pipe.




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What did you do with all the sensors?

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What did you do with all the sensors?
just unplug them
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No. It looks like an exhaust pipe.
Funny stuff right there!
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SO there just hanging or do you completely take them off the truck?

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My understanding Bro is you unplug the sensors and they will come out with the Main exhaust,then you just zip tie the wires up to tiddy it up ... I would also cover the ends of the Wires -Plug so No dirt or water could get in it ...Maybe a baggy and go over it with electrical tape,or just Duck tape it... You don't want to have a Problem with them later on and you never Know...You may want to Put the Factory Stuff back on..Better to be safe than sorry!
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I've been reading a LOT cause i will be trading for a New F350 after the First of the year and i To Need to Know stuff like this cause i will be going with the Delete and H&S But I plan to Do the over the Axle Exhaust! Not out the Side...

I'm sure If i have writen something thats not correct ,someone will be Glad to tell me so LOL :~)

I'm here to learn also!
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