DPF Removal

dpf removal

Taking out the DPF from a car can lead to significant enhancements in its performance and effectiveness. Our team of knowledgeable engineers is fully committed to identifying the appropriate DPF removal approach for your car. We provide a lifelong assurance against any DPF issues, regeneration, and alert signals with every DPF deletion, and we take pride in providing excellent customer service and contentment.


The Removal Procedure

Our normal procedure is to remove the internal filter from the exhaust system, leaving the outer casing in place. The procedure begins by disassembling the exhaust system from the vehicle. A small window is then cut in the top or engine facing side of the DPF canister, the internal filter is then removed. After removing all of the internal filter the window is welded back into position and the DPF canister and exhaust system is refitted to the vehicle. We can also supply and fit DPF bypass pipes for those that wish to keep the original DPF canister intact.

Once the physical filter removal has been completed the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) is reprogrammed (Remapped) and any DPF related structures removed from the vehicles software. This will prevent the vehicle from sensing the missing filter and will prevent future DPF regeneration and DPF related warning lights. This is the most important aspect of the removal process and it is vital that the ECU is reprogrammed correctly or DPF issues will continue. When carrying out this process we can also Remap the ECU for better performance and fuel efficiency at a discounted price, please let us know if you would also like a quotation for this upgrade.

Removing the DPF from your vehicle is not only a cost effective solution but it also boasts the following advantages:

  • Increased Performance
  • Increased Efficiency (MPG)
  • Less Turbo Lag
  • Reduced Maintenance Costs

* Our DPF Removal service is sold for off-road use only. Removal of a DPF will almost invariably make your vehicle illegal for use on a public road. This is not legal advice and if you are unsure if this applies to your vehicle, please seek further advice.

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