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158000 miles dpf delete

Well after 158000 miles I did my dpf/cat delete. Went great! All sensors came out with no problems and very happy with the end result just did the DPF-R 4.0 plus with the Econ tune. I have a all new truck now. Thank you all for the info you post on here it has been very helpful
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It's a different truck without all that extra stuff in the way.


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Well after 158000 miles I did my dpf/cat delete. Went great! All sensors came out with no problems and very happy with the end result just did the DPF-R 4.0 plus with the Econ tune. I have a all new truck now. Thank you all for the info you post on here it has been very helpful
What package / set up is that? What tuner?


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It's not really a tuner. It tricks the computer to thinking it doesn't need to regen. But if you drive 400 miles without shutting it off I think u have to pull over and turn it off to restart the cycle because it can go into regen after not regenning for so long. There have been good and bad reviews about it. I think one of the complaints was you have to wait for the green light on the dpf-r in order to start. That may be different though since its the 4.0 now.

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The one I bought has 70 hp tune. The exhaust sensors have to plugged in but do not have to be in the pipe, so yes some things have changed. I have a cts insight so when the program was done I just removed the dpf-r and plugged my cts back in. Time will tell
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