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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Union City, PA
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I am not 100% sure, as I am not tuned....but I believe if you purchase a tune and delete it will require the removal of the stock exhaust. The DPF (which uses fuel to regen) and SCR (which uses urea) are all in one unit under your truck. I am not sure if you can turn off just the SCR. Honestly, I don't know why you would just turn off the SCR and not remove the DPF. Exhaust fluid is no big deal. The DPF and regens are the main reason to delete.
You can tune and have all emissions in place (tune without deletes - currently what is legal in this country for on road use). I have heard mixed reviews on this. There are lots of good posts on here about it.
If you tune and delete, you can buy a new muffled exhaust. Again, some on here have done that.
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