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Question 2007 emissions (DPF)

I got a 2007 f-250 CC 6.0 i was wondering if the DPF was started on the 08 model trucks or was it sooner. Also i was talking with a local garage about exhaust and he told me not to put an aftermarket exhaust on ( i was gonna go with a MBRP 4' pipe from the turbo back ) because soon all diesels would have to adhere to the new emissions standard and that all diesels would get the ol sniffer test and i would be having to change it back anyway. anybody got any say so or advice about this. should i just put an exhaust on or stick with stock. dont want to be wasting the money if i gotta switch it back.

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Your 07 just has a cat, no DPF. They only put those on 08+ Fords. I'm not sure what your mechanic is smoking, but the emissions regs only apply to vehicles made on or after the time the law is passed.

An MBRP turbo back exhaust is perfectly legal and will continue to be. Now, if you remove the cat, you won't be emissions compliant, but if you're in a place that checks, just use a delete pipe 364 days (or 365 in a leap year) a year and stick the cat back in the other day when you have it inspected.


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Your 07 just has a cat, no DPF. They only put those on 08+ Fords. I'm not sure what your mechanic is smoking, but the emissions regs only apply to vehicles made on or after the time the law is passed.

An MBRP turbo back exhaust is perfectly legal and will continue to be. Now, if you remove the cat, you won't be emissions compliant, but if you're in a place that checks, just use a delete pipe 365 days a year and stick the cat back in the other day when you have it inspected.


wow, ever year is a leap year....lol....


I run a turbo back on my truck and its fine....the next step is the EGR delete....

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I got a 2007 f-250 CC 6.0 i was wondering if the DPF was started on the 08 model trucks or was it sooner. Also i was talking with a local garage about exhaust and he told me not to put an aftermarket exhaust on ( i was gonna go with a MBRP 4' pipe from the turbo back ) because soon all diesels would have to adhere to the new emissions standard and that all diesels would get the ol sniffer test and i would be having to change it back anyway. anybody got any say so or advice about this. should i just put an exhaust on or stick with stock. dont want to be wasting the money if i gotta switch it back.
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wow, ever year is a leap year....lol....


I run a turbo back on my truck and its fine....the next step is the EGR delete....
Smarta$$. LOL I fixed it.


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Smarta$$. LOL I fixed it.

lol....I caught it and had to call you on it...sorry....glad to see you have a sense of humor about it though....

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