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Old 07-09-2011, 02:03 AM
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Default Need help with my 6.7 exhaust problem!

Hey everyone,

Just bought a 2011 3500 6.7 Cummins, and reading up on it it scares me after I hear about all this dpf plugging up and the problems that will arise if you dont drive it loaded hard all the time. I live in Canada and we dont have emission checks or standards for our diesels so I was wondering what I need to do to straight pipe me 6.7 by removing the egr and dpf and what ill need to fool the computer so i dont get codes, also approximately how much would all of it cost if it is possible to be done?. I want this machine to run more effieciently and burn less fuel, from what I hear these things can get down to 8 -9 mpgs under a normal load.

Did I screw myself over? Should I hav bought an older 5.9 to escape from these problems? You would think a $70 000 dollar truck would be a lot better for this.

Thanks guys any comments or help would be muchly appreciated
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