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    Thread: Any 09 people have/want a dpf delete?

    1. 09-29-2010 09:00 AM #76
      please post up when you guys find out a good tune / pipe delete set up.

      Has anyone removed the dpf and all the cats with a tune yet? curious about mpg gains

      I want some info, i dont care whats legal or not.

      Thanks
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      09-29-2010 03:46 PM #77
      Be patient guys and keep your eyes open, products are coming!

    3. 10-01-2010 07:43 PM #78
      Should have something available soon. keep you eye out

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      10-04-2010 06:17 AM #79
      Quote Originally Posted by themachasy View Post
      Should have something available soon. keep you eye out
      Very interested. Subscribing to thread.

    5. 10-05-2010 04:32 AM #80
      I'm thinking about trading my prius for a TDI cup. EXTREMELY interested in this mod.

      I have a DPF-less truck and it only soots when you get on it hard, and thats only a bit when you start off. the Tune makes all the difference.

      I'm going to get ahold of Edge Tuning, they may be able to crack it with a proper DPF delete.

      www.hsperformance.com does both pipes and tuners, they may have some input if there is enough interest. they were the first to remove it from the 6.7 dodge.

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      10-05-2010 09:42 PM #81
      Quote Originally Posted by takentolightly View Post
      I'm thinking about trading my prius for a TDI cup. EXTREMELY interested in this mod.

      I have a DPF-less truck and it only soots when you get on it hard, and thats only a bit when you start off. the Tune makes all the difference.

      I'm going to get ahold of Edge Tuning, they may be able to crack it with a proper DPF delete.

      www.hsperformance.com does both pipes and tuners, they may have some input if there is enough interest. they were the first to remove it from the 6.7 dodge.
      please trade in your prius NOW!!!!

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      10-15-2010 12:51 AM #82
      im interested in the delete and tune too. keep us up to date. screw the law and give me better mileage!

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      10-15-2010 05:47 PM #83
      There are Huge gains after removal of DPF. Power gain, torque gain and 10-20 mpg. The Cheapest way to do this mod would be removing your PDF of the car. Cutting out a section,removing filter material inside and welding it backup. ECU will also need to be modified/re flashed so ECU No longer requests any regeneration, this is what dramatically improves MPG. If you can read the ECU file yourself i can modify your file to delete DPF so there would be no regeneration and not codes thrown for DPF. PM me if anyone is interested.
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      10-15-2010 08:50 PM #84
      Did you also hollow out the various cats?

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      10-15-2010 10:39 PM #85
      Quote Originally Posted by djeuroalex View Post
      There are Huge gains after removal of DPF. Power gain, torque gain and 10-20 mpg. The Cheapest way to do this mod would be removing your PDF of the car. Cutting out a section,removing filter material inside and welding it backup. ECU will also need to be modified/re flashed so ECU No longer requests any regeneration, this is what dramatically improves MPG. If you can read the ECU file yourself i can modify your file to delete DPF so there would be no regeneration and not codes thrown for DPF. PM me if anyone is interested.
      examples

      How hard is it to get the DPF out of the 09+'s? Are you doing any other ECU modifications to gain that increase in MPG?

      Have you tested this on any other CR TDI's? If so, how many & how many miles? What type of increases are you seeing?

      Very interested in doing this but want to make sure I'm not losing any reliability.

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      10-17-2010 07:57 AM #86
      Its pretty easy to get it out. Its a little tougher than removing a typical donwpipe, but its just some vbands a few bolts, sensors and a fuel line. I am slightly worried about gutting my DPF, simply because I would like to be able to revert back to stock when selling the car, but if something isn't released soon, it will be time to fire up the plasma-cutter

    12. 10-18-2010 06:50 PM #87
      Working on a solution as we speak. Hopefully will have some testing to report within the next few weeks.

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      10-18-2010 08:07 PM #88
      I just want something that will pass the visual inspection, will give me a huge mpg increase, and not produce soot. I know I'll soot a little with this thing gone, but a man can dream!

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      10-24-2010 03:42 AM #89
      Definitely interested in a dpf delete.

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      10-26-2010 08:35 PM #90
      Anybody interested in the DPF deletes PM me

    16. 10-29-2010 07:42 AM #91
      Okay so heres the news I'm sure you didn't want to hear. I got the car up in the air, the amount of metric vbands and other stuff makes me think I should just gut my dpf also. It wouldn't be cost effective for me to do it at this point and get everything milled. Waiting for someone else to come up with a solution. Sorry guys! I might mod mine but at this point it isn't worth it to have one made for me.

      Looks like you need to drop the subframe to take it out too. I have a few other things to do before dpf delete if thats the case. Someone make one!
      Last edited by themachasy; 10-29-2010 at 07:45 AM.

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      11-01-2010 01:29 PM #92
      I will pick up the slack, I actually already have the fittings CNCed and am just waiting on a the CNC benders now. Anyone looking for more details can contact me at Kyle@performance-diesel.com

      Themachinsy, I know what you are saying on all the flanges and fittings. I started this almost a year ago to find VW has four versions of downpipes! These things also require 6 custom bungs all different sizes and custom vband flanges that are metric. Needless to say, much more work than a 1.8t or 2.0t downpipe and added costs.
      Last edited by shortysclimbin; 11-01-2010 at 01:32 PM.

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      11-01-2010 09:41 PM #93
      Quote Originally Posted by shortysclimbin View Post
      I will pick up the slack, I actually already have the fittings CNCed and am just waiting on a the CNC benders now. Anyone looking for more details can contact me at Kyle@performance-diesel.com

      Themachinsy, I know what you are saying on all the flanges and fittings. I started this almost a year ago to find VW has four versions of downpipes! These things also require 6 custom bungs all different sizes and custom vband flanges that are metric. Needless to say, much more work than a 1.8t or 2.0t downpipe and added costs.
      what size piping will you be using?

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      11-02-2010 09:30 AM #94
      Subscribing.. This is definitly getting interesting!

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      11-02-2010 01:05 PM #95
      After the turbo connector the pipe is 2.5" Here is a sneak preview of what was done last month prior to sending it out to get bent up.




      Bends should be in before Thanksgiving hopefully.

    21. 11-02-2010 05:50 PM #96
      Quote Originally Posted by shortysclimbin View Post
      After the turbo connector the pipe is 2.5" Here is a sneak preview of what was done last month prior to sending it out to get bent up.




      Bends should be in before Thanksgiving hopefully.

      Kyle looks good nice work. To bad you can talk about this on tdiclub

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      11-03-2010 04:28 PM #97
      Well the good news Is I might be able too! I just sourced some replacement downpipe filters that should work for higher hp ratings in these cars. The costs are a tad high though, but no where near oem replacement costs! Once I finalize getting info from some of the local and foreign sources on engine specifications and requirements I should have a good idea if they will work out or not! So clean diesels will be for racers too!

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      11-04-2010 04:58 AM #98
      hooray! MOAR HP and TQ

      Something I thought would be kind of cool was replacing the stock pipe with 3in,
      keeping all the stock equipment, just cutting the stock pipe off and welding 3in back on.

      I wonder if the 3.0 TDI stuff would fit and flow a little more, but still keep the visual inspectors happy.
      Last edited by projectracerabbit; 11-04-2010 at 05:00 AM.
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      11-07-2010 02:19 AM #99
      This is very interesting keep up the good work guys! I would go the hollowing out the DPF way and get it retuned or reflashed but thats cause im a broke guy! Can someone send me a link to show me how to reflash my ecu and get rid of the DPF software? Thanks guys.

    25. 11-07-2010 02:42 PM #100
      I wonder if the 3.0 TDI stuff would fit and flow a little more, but still keep the visual inspectors happy.
      3.0s use urea rather than DPFs IIRC. Good try though!

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