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Old 09-12-2010, 07:58 AM
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idling with dpf delete?

i know with the dpf it would clogg it but with the delete kit is it ok to let these trucks idle?
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Old 09-12-2010, 11:35 AM
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You can idle stock all you want, think about how many ambulances and such use the 6.4 that idle all the time. Even one of the Ford videos shows a 6.4 in Alaska and stated that it idles 24 hours at a time. Way over rated hype imho.
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i have the delete now just curious to know if i can idle it like i could with my 7.3
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Good to know. Thanks sy1616
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You can idle stock all you want, think about how many ambulances and such use the 6.4 that idle all the time. Even one of the Ford videos shows a 6.4 in Alaska and stated that it idles 24 hours at a time. Way over rated hype imho.

Terrible advice IMO. There have been countless threads concerning all of the clogged DPF issues from idling the 6.4 to long. You might do some more research before giving advice on here..
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Old 09-12-2010, 05:21 PM
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DPF delete running 210 cycles the egr so that's one reason idling should be fine...if you run the 210.
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Old 09-12-2010, 05:30 PM
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Isnt the EGR deleted when running a tuner?
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Not at idle. You want the egr to cycle some with the tuner, otherwise it could freeze shut, which is a problem if you need to bring it back to stock someday.
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Let er idle! Mine idles alot with a 250 spartan
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Terrible advice IMO. There have been countless threads concerning all of the clogged DPF issues from idling the 6.4 to long. You might do some more research before giving advice on here..
Duh, believe you or Ford...hmmm
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