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post #11 of 33 Old 01-02-2019, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the words of encouragement. I知 going to keep it the two weeks and see if I can get results. If not ,I guess I値l send it back and start over somewhere else.
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Does anyone know if it is possible to download the tune unplug everything to do with the dpf and then drive it to a muffler shop like 3 miles down the road and the truck be perfectly fine thanks!
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Does anyone know if it is possible to download the tune unplug everything to do with the dpf and then drive it to a muffler shop like 3 miles down the road and the truck be perfectly fine thanks!

As long as the truck starts and drives, there's nothing I can say that will cause a problem.

Or drive to the shop, tune the truck, unplug everything, and let them do their work.



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I just did mine with the BDX over the holidays - since you are stuck waiting on SCT anyway, have you tried re-syncing/updating the device with a strong WiFi connection? When I did mine I had to do 2 'updates' - 1 for the device itself and 1 to grab the tunes from the cloud.

I did mine in the barn using my cell phone as a hot spot and it updated fine but took a while. Worth a shot...
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I tried that. Then SCT tried via remote access to my computer and they could not get it to work.
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It's been one week and I still have not heard back from sct. They did say it would be one to two weeks. I guess they are needing the two weeks.
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If I were you I would have just live chatted them. Probably get an answer way quicker.
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It will be missing this giant howitzer under it.
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Hello Washington. Welcome to the forum. My truck is an off road farm truck. I'm glad my thread has given you a place to vent.
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Hello Llama,

I do apologize for hijacking your thread, but I'm unable to start any new one being a new user. I have absolutely zero issue with anyone modifying any vehicle for off-road use such as yours, it's just that I start to become very annoyed to see it become so very common. My issue with these deletes is not environmental on a large scale climate change etc, but on the small scale exposure to children and people with respiratory issues. There is so much evidence that diesel particulate is really really bad for small children, and for example just last week where I live, there was a stagnant air warning. This meant that the bulk of all that diesel particulate is going to just hang in the air for people to breathe. We need trucks to move our goods, that's fine, but we don't need jacked up full deletes to move one human or to show off etc. I'm definitely venting, and I just want to do something about it. I have researched every single aspect of this, and there is zero enforcement currently. I have concluded that really the only way is to take individual truck owners to court, so that maybe people might be scared to take their full deletes to the mall at least.

Be careful snooping under some of these boys trucks. Might get something you're not prepared for.
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