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Old 11-10-2012, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dpf delete mod,using resistors to trick computer?? Say it's so!

I was informed there has been multiple people delete there dpf and run straight pipe. As far as not buying a programmer to cover the codes, “supposedly"... People have installed resistors(I'm not sure where,maybe in the sensors?), and the resistors trick the computer into thinking everything is still in good working order?
If you know if this true or false, would love to help me out on the facts of this mods please, post!
Thanks in advance!
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I have heard of using sims with mixed results.
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You can purchase a handle full of resistors at radio shack for 10 bucks. This would be awesome if it's a full proof method.
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Old 11-10-2012, 03:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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This is old school stuff,I've had resisters fooling my egt's for 4 years and 70,000 miles now.No programmer just a hypertech tune.You can buy them for $40 at rollin smoke or make them yourself.There is a sticky on here somewhere on how to do it.Before the new programmers this was the only way to go and I've stuck with it.
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This is how my brothers rig Is setup, not the greatest but can be done. Somewhere on here there are a bunch of threads covering this. It was mainly used before there were good tuner options out for the 6.7 I think

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This is how my brothers rig Is setup, not the greatest but can be done. Somewhere on here there are a bunch of threads covering this. It was mainly used before there were good tuner options out for the 6.7 I think

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Just bought a 2012 DRW 3500, has about 5,500 km on it now. That crap has to go!!! Idling up here is a necessity! Resistors are easy, remove the sensors and solder em in. Anybody have an idea what value? Is it just a matter of putting a piece of pipe in place of the DPF? Will it throw codes every time it farts after that? How about the CAT? Thanks guys!


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DIY dpf delete

Start looking here, search Google 99 cent dpf delete and diy dpf delete hope this helps

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Just bought a 2012 DRW 3500, has about 5,500 km on it now. That crap has to go!!! Idling up here is a necessity! Resistors are easy, remove the sensors and solder em in. Anybody have an idea what value? Is it just a matter of putting a piece of pipe in place of the DPF? Will it throw codes every time it farts after that? How about the CAT? Thanks guys!


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You just put a straight pipe in place of the dpf You can purchase a bolt on that way you can reinstall the dpf for warrenty work.You will need a code
reader/clearer for the occasional alarm,no big deal.Have been doing it for 4 years on mine.And not one visit to the dealer needed.
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Nice, thanks! I heard that the 2012's were maybe a slightly different system, anybody had any experience?


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You will be better off just getting a programmer. That way you can clear any DTC's. Just my .02

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Yea if you got a spare $800 laying around it is better.
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