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OPM MOTORSPORTS 12-31-2011 09:58 PM

Dpf and egr delete
 
Before i wind up living in a card board box or dumpster to cover
fuel costs
i was wondering if it is worth doing the dpf and egr delete on
my 2011, ram 3500.
Or do you know anyone looking for a $60,000 fuel guzzler

CdnoilRAM 12-31-2011 10:13 PM

LMAO, yes it's worth doing it. The DPF is the absolute killer of power, and you'll get a MPG or 2 out of it. However, the best bet to increase your MPGs is to install a propane injection system. you'd be looking around the 30-35MPH range with a propane system, and propane is dirt cheap compared to diesel, not to mention the gains in power as well :smileup:

Stangshcky12 01-01-2012 12:47 AM

Our 09 went from 14-15 average a tank to 21-24
Now with the h&s mini maxx on the mild 400 hp tune and valair dual disc it's getting about 20

ddaussin 10-13-2012 11:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stangshcky12 (Post 685147)
Our 09 went from 14-15 average a tank to 21-24
Now with the h&s mini maxx on the mild 400 hp tune and valair dual disc it's getting about 20

Yep thats about what I got out of my h&s tuner. Well worth it!

kozzy 01-20-2013 06:04 PM

Is getting this tuner all you need or do u actually have to modify the engine and exhaust system? I guess I'm not familiar with the deletes..

CdnoilRAM 01-20-2013 10:10 PM

The H&S will allow you to remove the computer programming for the EGR and DPF, but you still have to physically remove the parts. It may be hard to find the tuner since the enviro-feds have been going hard after companies that allow the bypass of federal emission equipment.

kozzy 01-22-2013 03:15 PM

I read with the new H & S tuner that you did not need to remove the EGR, just deactivate it.
as for the DPF, is that something you just unhook, or do you need to physically remove it, and replace with something else?


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