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post #1 of 13 Old 07-14-2012, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
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H&S let me keep my dpf,urea and egr?

hey all iam thinking about buying a used 6.7 within the next year or so , but l live in ontairo canada and we have emissions testing .i know the 6.7 can be reliable with out all the emission crap, but will the h&s turner let me keep everything in place dpf,urea and the egr but shut them off and turn everything on again come emission test time.thanks
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Great question! I'm stock so I will let somebody else answer this. BTW,

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I'm planing on moving back to Ontario in a year I hope I don't have a hard time since my dpf and egr fell off. Hopfully living in a small town knowing someone will make it easier

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To answer your question I don't think u can just shut the dpf off with leaving it on the truck. The egr on the other hand you can. How often is the testing?

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hate to tell u but once your truck is 3 years old you need a e test every 2 years, theres a visual test to make sure that your dpf,egr and urea are in place or u won't pass .i have read of guys passing with a visual and dpf.egr missing but some shops do both ob2 and visual .



sounds like from the reading ive done i will have to put my dpf back on every two years come e test time, or see if i can get like diesel doctors to do my e test i hope they change the e test from2-5 years like they want to.


how do u disconnect the urea through is it a few lines then turn it off with a turner.

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Why not rig up some external housing around your exhaust that looks like a DPF so it looks factory, but run the 5" pipe right through it for aesthetics?
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If you left the DPF on the truck but shut it off in the computer I would think it would eventually clog. The DPF would still catch all the soot and with regen shut off it would never clean it out.

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the only problem i think i may run into is i think most shops will put the truck on a computer to check the emission. i think i might just reinsteal the dpf every 2 years for emission test, but how do u unhook the urea tank.
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You can not turn the DPF off and leave it in place because it will just clog up.


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It may be different, but on the 08-10 you can hollow DPF, CAT, and Delete EGR coolers, and still pass the plug in emissions test. On the 310 at that.
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