I would like to see this $55 DPF delete.opcorn:
1/4" plate for an exhaust mount $20.00I would like to see this $55 DPF delete.opcorn:
Sounds about right to me. Piece of straight pipe, O2 bungs, some welding and some cheap electronic parts. Good to hear that people are making their own kits! :thumbsupI would like to see this $55 DPF delete.opcorn:
Now for some part #s for resistors opcorn:1/4" plate for an exhaust mount $20.00
4" O.D x 4' long pipe $30.00
Resistors to use as foolers $0.99
O2 sensor bung $4.00
I take pics and post them tomorrow
O ya sry.... I'll have to look at the reciets and I'll post them in the morningNow for some part #s for resistors opcorn:
there is another thread, I beleive in the performance area, where it gives what ohm resistors to use.Patiently waiting for pics and part #'s :hyper::hyper::hyper::hyper:
Glad it worked out well for you. :thumbsupOK guys i just got done blocking the EGR completely off, and my DPF delete....
DPF delete $55.00
EGR block $11.00
it fells like i just woke up the monster eelout
There are some things I buy and some things I like to fabricate. I can see me doing EGR plates and the block off disc myself. Just for fun. On the DPF delete, it has bugged me to look at $50 worth of materials and paying $700+ for it. I understand paying for the development time as well as the support. But, Damm, 1500% mark-up. I really had to think long and hard before shelling out what I did for the PMT. I have a garage full of tools I need to put to use. :thumbsupSomething to keep in mind is that this price assumes that one has access to fabrication tools and skills, or knows someone who does, the low cost of my DPF delete is sort of offset by the 1000s of dollars of tools I own that allow me to make much of my own stuff... as it goes it will be years of making my own stuff before I ever see a return... it sure is fun though.
Also you are your own warranty on the DIY projects, very few of the vendors will be interested in helping you debug your DIY should something come up, fortunately there are quite a few DIYers on the forum to help out.