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Unhappy dpf delete and bullydog programmer help

I have a 2011 3500 with a 6,7 .. I bought a bullydog programmer and installed it along with an afe dpf delete pipe...I was told I only needed one sensor installed since the other two were smaller and were not needed..after installing the pipe I tested the truck and immediately got a message saying to have my exhaust system serviced immediately...The pipe did not come with instructions on which sensor I needed to install nor did it come with bungs for sensors...Do I need to have the other two (smaller sensors ) installed or exactly what needs to take place for this message to disappear..You can call me a dummy after you help me out...

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Bullydog to my knowledge f oesnt have dpf delete capabilities.

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like previously stated bullydog doesn't support delete tuning...I know on my h&s mini maxx I don't even need the sensors back in the exhaust so I never put them back in

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Yea you got screwed. Whoever told you to by the bullydog

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That sucks.

The only DPF delete capable tuners are the H&S Mini Maxx or XRT Pro, the Smarty Jr or Sr, or the RaceMe tuners.

You also could go the SIMS route.

Those are your only options regarding deleting.

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im also curious to see what kind of answers he gets. not to hijack a thread but whats the SIMS you speak of?
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Deleting on The Cheap

Check out this write-up by a fellow forum member. It tells you exactly what to do if you wanted to delete and keep the hit on the wallet small, which in this case might fit in since money was spent on the Bully Dog that doesn't work for deletes.

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