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post #1 of 5 Old 01-14-2013, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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question on 2012 6.7

A buddy of mine has a 2012 6.7l and he wants too do a straight pipe on it and intake and all that. I know i need to get a programmer to delete the dpf but what about the exhaust fluid? does that still work when you turn off the dpf and does anyone make a delete kit for that if so? and whats a good intake too get? And programmer? i know h&m makes them and i heard of some new one called scorpion i thin it was called? are either of these good ones? i dont really know much about the new powerstrokes i got an 09 duramax.
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tuning deletes the DEF from injecting. DEF stays on the vehicle physically though.

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Ok so what you are saying is if i just delete the dpf with a programmer he will no longer need to add the def fluid? And i can put the exhaust system on? thanks for the info too!
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Correct. The DPF is where the exhaust fluid was going. I deleted and never even touched the DEF system other than unplugging it from the DPF. S&B Intake will suit you best.

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you dont need exhaust fluid
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