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Old 10-13-2012, 10:42 AM
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If your going to do anything to that exhaust that involved removing the cat or DPF you need a programmer. The reason you need a programmer is if you remove the filter those sensors will tell the truck that the exhaust isn't being filtered anymore and the computer will force the truck into limp mode and set off a check engine light.

There are a lot of complete kits to do a DPS/Cat/EGR delete that will turn the new 6.7 into something that resembles the old 5.9. If you remove all this emission crap I don't think you will be harming your engine at all...if anything you will help it. You won't have to worry about clogging up your DPF filter and causing it to clog up your turbo.

The benefits of doing these deletes will net you more power and MPG easy.

Hope this helps.
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