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🚛🚚ATTN TRUCKS: Delete Expert🚛Emissions🚚Get best performance🚛🚚 (Brooklyn)

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If you own a diesel powered truck and you’re serious about getting the most out of it, there’s going to come a time when you’ll need to know about DPF delete kits. And because it’s one of those issues that splits people right down the middle, it’s best to get your facts straight before making any decisions.
What is a DPF?
The combustion process in your diesel engine results in two by-products: gasses and solid particulates very much like soot. Nothing can be done about the gasses, but the ‘soot’ is captured by the honeycomb structure of the diesel particulate filter or DPF to prevent unnecessary emissions.
Under ideal circumstances, this soot is incinerated through either active or passive ‘regeneration,’ a process that is supposed to keep the filter clean and your engine running at full efficiency. Unfortunately, DPFs have their fair share of problems and are the center of a raging controversy.
DPF Filter Material Closeup
DPF Filter Material Closeup
The Downsides To DPF Removal
Although the theory behind DPFs is great, the truth is that they can cause lots of problems once you take an engine out of the lab and run it in the real world. To begin with, DPFs have a limited lifespan – generally anywhere from 50,000 to 150,000 miles, depending on the age of the vehicle. After this, they require either professional cleaning or replacement. This is not a simple process and either option will likely take a nasty bite out of your budget – possibly every few years.
Other major problems with DPFs are those associated with the regeneration process. Passive regeneration occurs under extended (i.e. highway) driving conditions, where the increase in temperature generated by a long drive automatically initiates the cycle. But because most modern privately owned cars and trucks operate in urban environments and don’t get enough open-road time, manufacturers also include active regeneration cycles in most diesel engines.
DPF Dash Warning Light Explanation
DPF Dash Light – Green during regeneration, amber when regeneration is needed, red when regeneration is required immediately or limp mode may activate.
This process injects raw diesel (and sometimes other additives) into the exhaust system, raising the temperature and ensuring regeneration. But if either regeneration process is interrupted, the incineration is not completed and the improperly burned particles clog the DPF. Even in a best-case-scenario, this results in backpressure in the exhaust system, leading to reduced engine efficiency, increased fuel consumption, and lower mileage.
At its worst, a clogged DPF can result in your truck going into ‘limp mode,’ the outcome of which will probably be a visit to a repair shop and a thorough cleaning or even replacement of the DPF – possibly resulting in thousands of dollars’ worth of expenses to you.
DPF Delete Kits
Fortunately for anyone who wants to get the best performance from an engine, the process of deleting or removing your DPF system is now available to solve the problem. In response to a growing outcry from owners who want the full performance and fuel economy that their vehicles are designed to provide, various DPF Delete Kits are now available. These bolt on kits are easily fitted to your truck and replace the DPF, resulting in better airflow, better performance, and better consumption. As an added bonus, removal of the DPF also lets you use certain Biofuels to power your vehicle that are not suitable for engines fitted with a DPF.
Factory DPF (Top) vs DPF Delete Straight Pipe (Bottom)
Factory DPF (Top) vs DPF Delete Straight Pipe (Bottom)
The actual process of removing the DPF system itself is relatively simple and can be carried out by any competent mechanic. Once you have removed the original DPF, a replacement pipe is installed to replace the gap in the exhaust system. A diesel tuner is also needed to ensure that the sensors controlling your truck’s DPF regeneration cycle are unaffected by the delete, and these are usually supplied as part of the DPF delete kit.
DPF Delete Straight Pipe Installed
DPF Delete Straight Pipe Installed
Once you have removed the DPF, replaced it with the kit and reset the sensors, you will notice an immediate and significant improvement in horsepower, torque, and a reduction in fuel consumption. It’s for this reason that DPF delete kits are becoming increasingly popular with truck owners who are looking for maximum performance and improved fuel efficiency.
That being the case, why aren’t DPF delete kits more widespread?
DPF Delete Kits: The Cons And The Law
While there are definite advantages to running your diesel engine without a DPF system, there are also a couple of things that you should keep in mind before going ahead and making your decision.
Todays rigs are all computer run. If you delete the hardware, something needs to tell the computer on board that its still there, functioning perfectly, and that, is a tuner. Keep in mind todays trucks dont really need a bump in power or torque, but I umdestand your frustration with urea or, diesel exhaust fluid. If you do choose to do a delete kit, make certain your vehicle is out of warranty, because if you have a problem with something else and take it in for warranty work and it has been deleted, your vehicle will be flagged as modified and the warranty will be voided. and you can't outsmart the manufacturers by putting all the factory stuff back on before you take it in for warranty work, their computers are smart enough to tell it's been taken off and then put back on. And I hate to say this, because I am all for getting the best mileage you can out of your rig, but it is technically a felony to remove any of the emissions equipment from anything 2013 or later that is a diesel truck. Are there diesel truck exhaust removal police out there? Yes or no depending on your state. Are you likely to get a huge fine or imprisonment for doing it, probably not!

What do the acronyms stand for?
DEF = Diesel Exhaust Fluid, which is also called UREA or AdBlue in Europe
DPF = Diesel Particulate Filter
DOC = Diesel Oxidation Catalyst
SCR = catalyst, a filter which is used on EPA10 and newer trucks, it goes after DPF.
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** NOTE **

ECM delete tuning - what is it?
It is modifying the software inside the ECM in order to eliminate the need for emission components. Along with that we can modify fuel & other power/fuel economy settings. After we finish loading our delete tuning software, there will be no more error codes for bypassed after-treatment systems ( EGR DEF SCR).
Our tunes DO NOT REQUIRE replacing any hard parts such as turbos, You can leave standard turbo(VGT or VNT) on it, and everything will work perfect. The only thing required is drilling the DPF-DOC-SCR filters(to prevent clogging up), and blocking off EGR with steel plates (to prevent exhaust gases going back to intake).
Keep in mind that these tunes are intended for off-road usage O O N L Y, check our discalimer.

Cummins *ALL* *ALL ENGINES UPRATED POSSIBLE**
EGR ONLY 1550
EGR DPF 1650
EGR DPF SCR 1750

DETROIT *ALL* *ALL ENGINES UPRATED POSSIBLE**
EGR ONLY 1350
EGR DPF 1550
EGR DPF SCR|DEF EPA10 1650
EGR DPF SCR|DEF EPA13 1700

PACCAR *ALL*
EGR DPF (Small/Mid) 1550
MX 10/13 EPA10(Large) 1600
MX 10/13 EPA13(Large) 1700

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CAT *C7/C9/C13/C15/ SDP/LEE/NXS/MXS/NXSKCB/6NZ*
DPF/EGR 1450
IVA/VVA 1400

INTERNATIONAL/MAXXFORCE *ALL*
DPF/EGR 1550
DPF/EGR/SCR|DEF 1750

VOLVO/MACK **ALL ENGINES UPRATED POSSIBLE OF NOT ALREADY @500**
9 PIN
EGR ONLY 1550
EGR/DPF 1650
EGR/DPF/SCR|DEF
OBD2
DPF/SCR|DEF 2800

HINO/ISUZU/FUSO
DPF/EGR 1600
DPF/EGR/SCR|DEF 1700

MERCEDES BENZ *MBE4000|MBE900* *ALL ENGINES UPRATED POSSIBLE**
DPF/EGR 1450

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