Just got through with the DPF and EGR delete! Wow! What a difference! Can't wait to see the mileage difference. I actually see black smoke!:thumbsup
The lying overhead is showing about 4mpg increase. I haven't did the hand calc yet. The power difference is unbelievable. Screw the warranty, the problems I had from my truck was the emmissions crap. I love my truck again. :hyper:pipeliner, what specifically is the difference, power, torque, mpg ??? i'm tempted to rip this stuff off as well, but i'm worried about warranty issues. my luck is that i'll break something and be screwed..........
:woot: That's what I like to hear:thumbsupThe lying overhead is showing about 4mpg increase. I haven't did the hand calc yet. The power difference is unbelievable. Screw the warranty, the problems I had from my truck was the emmissions crap. I love my truck again. :hyper:
Once you get your intake horn off it is easy to access the grid. I just used my shop vac. Not much oil seemed to make it that far so it was pretty dry but still caking on there. At 12k miles total, 500 of which was with PMT (only 2 blasts on PMT extreme) a couple of my grids were partially fused together by soot when I took the EGR off. I am sure Jeb was throughly disgusted at 80k miles.:thud:Jeb how do you clean your grid heater on a 6.7
So you have decided to give the ol 6.7 a go? :thumbsupJust finished the 5" TBE H&S Delete on my 6.7. Mileage a definite improvement...but awful tough to keep my foot out of it. Hard to believe a truck with 37's will lay a hundred foot blackie!!! I'm running the updated box from H&S that doesn't require the EGT probes in the pipe. I keep tripping a P0031 code for low voltage on the O2 sensor. Has anyone seen a fix for this. I unclicked the O2 sensor and put some dielectric grease in them. Didn't fix it!