DPF delete for diesel trucks

The diesel particulate filter (DPF) collects soot and other diesel particulates from the exhaust before they can escape into the air. At first glance this sounds like a good thing, right? Unfortunately, the DPF actually ends up causing more harm to most diesel engines than the good it performs for the environment. This is because, if it is not cleaned regularly, it gets clogged up and can choke the engine, putting extra strain on efficiency. The can lead to expensive maintenance issues that increase down-time and costs. This is especially concerning for fleet owners, where down-time costs multiply drastically when it comes to DPF maintenance. So, how do you avoid the extra strain and costs the DPF puts on your engine? You opt for a DPF delete.

What is an DPF delete?

A diesel particulate filter (DPF) delete is the removal of the filter in a diesel vehicle's exhaust system. It filters soot and other particulates from engine exhaust. While the removal of the filter is a physical job, the other aspect is technical. The vehicle's ECM must be tuned to disable the regeneration mode and bypass other engine codes.

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