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Old 07-07-2011, 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by brianjmoser View Post
A DPF has a high price tag. Personnaly I would say get the delete pipe and just swap it out once a year. I know it will be a pain, but if you ever had make everything functional you wont need to buy a new one. What programmer are you planing on using?
If I did it that way, what would I do with the metal tubing and sensors that are attached to it? If I just gut the DPF and CAT, I could leave them just as they are, and when they visually inspect it, they don't know any different.
What reason were you thinking of, that I would want to make it functional again? Just curious.

I was looking at the H&S XRT PRO. It seems to have tunes for DPF installed and DPF delete. That way, I can do it in pieces when money was available. Tuner first, and enjoy the extra power. Then delete later, cause I'm not yet sure of what it will take to gut the two.
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