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Old 05-24-2008, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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has anyone had problems with removing the cat and dpf filter ?
i have a 08 - 6.7 that runs like crap during the regen and the egt's are through the roof, i've hear about the H & s kit but can't find the website, also read about a kit out of Houston BADP but this one throws so called soft codes.
what advise can anyone give me on this problem
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Old 05-24-2008, 12:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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has anyone had problems with removing the cat and dpf filter ?
i have a 08 - 6.7 that runs like crap during the regen and the egt's are through the roof, i've hear about the H & s kit but can't find the website, also read about a kit out of Houston BADP but this one throws so called soft codes.
what advise can anyone give me on this problem
Currently they all throw soft codes.

BADP is taking orders for Code Free.
Shipping is suppose to start 5-30-08.

Get an Edge w/ att and a BADP 5" TBE and can your exhaust.
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I have the BADP 5" kit and LOVE it! The stock downpipe was the hardest thing to remove, the rest of the stock exhaust was not to bad. BADP has excellent customer service ( I called twice durning install) and their craftsmanship is first class. If you have the Edge Juice with Att it will clear the soft codes at startup and you wont have to look at check engine lights. Since I took off the stock DPF exhaust crap and got rid of the EGR, my EGT's pulling a 11000lbs trailer are around 850 vs 1200 with all that stock junk on. My fuel mileage went up 2mpg also.

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thanks

thanks for the info
i'm going to put my order in for the BADP module and parts for the new release in June
again thanks for the input
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