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I think you would be the first to attempt it on here, I don't think the guy on YouTube has his truck is running right though. There has been some post on here and the general consensus here is the def is a must with CPU to run correctly so far.
2013 2500 Mega Cab Laramie Bright white,Bully dog triple dog tuner
2004.5 2500 62/s475 built trans and lots fuel: Sold
I wouldn't be deleting everything, egr and everything under the hood would stay. I just want to straight pipe the truck. I know on the older 6.7's you could just use sims but these new 13's are tricky little suckers.
The ECM reads the pressure difference between DPF inlet and outlet, then SCR pressure etc and someone is going to "fool" the computer with resistors?
In theory if you find resistors that matches the sensor feedback at optimum conditions, meaning no need for DEF or regen, then who knows, it could work...
Following that logic, in theory, you would need X value resistor for DPF inlet side, Y value for outlet side and then something for SCR.
In reality, after working 3 years with Cummins QSB and ISB engines and emission systems, I would not go fiddle any of those emission system and someone claiming they have fooled 2013 DEF system with capacitors is BS as it might run for minute or two, but lets see after 6 months....
2013 Ram 2500 Mega Cab Laramie 4x4 Cummins 3.42
2007 Ram 2500 Mega Cab SLT 4x4 Cummins 3.73
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