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Old 10-14-2009, 10:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Simple DPF and EGR Delete Questions

So, what is required for a EGR and DPF delete setup? What is needed, who makes them, what is involved with install, and anything else I need to know?

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Old 10-14-2009, 11:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Here is the site where u can get all that stuff (H&S)Dodge: H&S Performance i suggest u do some mad search on here it will answer all ur questions.

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Old 10-14-2009, 11:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, I agree with nyerin27 H&S has got some good stuff. It would be better and easier on you just to buy the kit. It has everything you need and you can stack them with a tuner. It's a simple proccess just putting sims on sensors and plugging a box into your egr wire and a box that goes into your ECM port. I'm pretty sure that sums it up. Somebody correct me if I am wrong.
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Old 10-15-2009, 08:23 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I called James at RSD yesterday. They sell a DPF delete kit which comes with a delete pipe and the EGT modules. He recommended the EGR blocker plates also. James did tell me a few people that have done this, have had the overhead begin to chime. If this happens, does anyone know how to disable the chime?
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Thanks for the responses! I did do a search. A very large search it would seem. Sooo much data!

Question. Looked at H&S's site. Can their exhaust kit be used with another brand of tuner? Better question, is there other brands of tuners that are 100% code free units and elliminate all codes?

If so, what is the best brand of tuner?
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Smarty, H&S XRT, and Black max all code free tuners
Check out Toms Smarty Journal thread, lots of good info for all your questions will be answered there.
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Thanks for the responses! I did do a search. A very large search it would seem. Sooo much data!

Question. Looked at H&S's site. Can their exhaust kit be used with another brand of tuner? Better question, is there other brands of tuners that are 100% code free units and elliminate all codes?

If so, what is the best brand of tuner?
Yeah, if your talkin about the delete kit when you say exhaust kit then I don't think you have to use an H&S tuner to clear the codes. Alot of different performance companies sell the same kit so it doesn't really matter which tuner you use. You can even go to advanced auto parts or somewhere and buy a cheap code clearer. If you get the kit you won't need a programmer anyways to delete the codes. Does that answer your question or am I off track? But really there are some mixed opinions about the best tuner personally I think the cummins run the best with either a Smarty or an H&S tuner, the xrt for sure the blackmaxx is still up in the air since it hasn't been out long. I think alot of people will agree with me on that.
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By the way, just about any popular tuner will have the code clearing ability it's just mainly your preference.
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Yeah, thats what I was referring to by exhaust kit. They have a kit with everything included.
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Contact James at RSD. Rollin' Smoke Diesel - Diesel Perfomance Parts

He can work thu all your questions and guide to an exhaust and our tuner that fits your needs and budget.
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