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post #1 of 4 Old 11-03-2013, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation NEED RESEARCH HELP!

Hey guys, I could really use some help here. I am writing a semester long research paper portfolio thing on the pros and cons of emission control systems.
I could really use yal's help and collective knowledge, I need some credible articles or sites to visit that can give me different viewpoints on the topic. They have to be citeable and creditable and I need at least one site/article that is for deleteing dpf's and egr systems, at least one that is against it, and at least one that is neutral on the topic.

I'm not new to deletes and tuning and am all for it, but I have to be neutral in writing this paper (the next paper I present and defend my position, which I'd be all of yal would be with me on deletes are positive haha). anything helps and along with cited pages I could also use personal experiences.

and please keep the **** slinging and rude/annoying remarks to yourself!

thank yal in advance!

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Anybody have any help at all?
Personal findings?
Companies that have released wear and tear findings?
Any laws or codes against it?
Any EPA sites or statements on it?
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Dead Here? or Not!

Bump ! any experts, available??? or is it still DEAD here

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It's not dead, you're just asking a lot. I don't think you are going to find a lot of research on deletes. You may have better luck approaching from a direction of fuel usage in the name of more "cleaner" emissions vs. Fewer "dirty" emissions from a truck that may not have the smog stuff but gets 30% better fuel economy

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