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post #1 of 16 Old 06-18-2017, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Factory Mopar WK CRD DPF delete pipe - Here it is!

Ok guys, this forum helps me out so i'm giving back some newfound (for me) knowledge on how to buy a factory Mopar "delete" pipe that replaces your DPF. After hours of searching for a alternative to a $300 aftermarket pipe I found what I was looking for!

Here in the US we think that whatever we have the rest of the world has and it's all the same - WRONG! It turns out Europe does not have the stringent emissions restrictions we have and as a result they do not have the DPF and it's a standard down pipe. A FACTORY DELETE PIPE!

I saw some guys a while back buy the delete pipe from Ebay UK as these are simply junkyard parts over there. So after a simple Ebay UK search I found the pipe from UKchryslerspares and for less than $150USD shipped to my door it was all mine in all it's glory!


Behold the fabled streamlined ultralight Euro-delete pipe!



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US mega snowflake DPF and UK pipe for comparison



This is a plug and play swap and fits like it should. Its OEM Mopar and looks stock like it was always there!

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post #2 of 16 Old 06-19-2017, 12:35 AM
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Funny how that works sometimes! Just got my '08 CRD GC a few weeks ago so I'm new to the diesel game... couple questions if you don't mind: Are you doing an EGR delete also? And, does the DPF delete require an ECM reprogram so the system knows not to blow fuel back there or whatever? (Forgive my ignorance and thanks for the info!)


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I bought mine from ebay last year for like 75 shipped from london... works well
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I bought mine from ebay last year for like 75 shipped from london... works well


Did you have to reprogram? How noticeable was the difference in performance?


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Did you have to reprogram? How noticeable was the difference in performance?


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yeah you need to retune for the dpf delete... performance gains nothing really at all maybe a little bit. The fact i can now use really what ever oil i want is why i did it. Also i bet it saves maybe a 1/4 to a half gallon per tank not having to regen all of the time.
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This is why I want to figure out how to read the ECU myself for cheaply, then we just need a copy of someones European tune to go with this pipe and DPF deletes will be much cheaper.

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This is why I want to figure out how to read the ECU myself for cheaply, then we just need a copy of someones European tune to go with this pipe and DPF deletes will be much cheaper.
It was 50$ extra for the dpf delete add on tune for my Gde eco tune.
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post #9 of 16 Old 06-19-2017, 12:26 PM
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I got mine a few months back from a guy in canada for $180 shipped

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post #10 of 16 Old 06-19-2017, 02:04 PM
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It was 50$ extra for the dpf delete add on tune for my Gde eco tune.
Right, but you still need to pay for the base tune, which not everyone wants to do.

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I bought my DPF delete from the same place.

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Ok guys, this forum helps me out so i'm giving back some newfound (for me) knowledge on how to buy a factory Mopar "delete" pipe that replaces your DPF. After hours of searching for a alternative to a $300 aftermarket pipe I found what I was looking for!

Here in the US we think that whatever we have the rest of the world has and it's all the same - WRONG! It turns out Europe does not have the stringent emissions restrictions we have and as a result they do not have the DPF and it's a standard down pipe. A FACTORY DELETE PIPE!

I saw some guys a while back buy the delete pipe from Ebay UK as these are simply junkyard parts over there. So after a simple Ebay UK search I found the pipe from UKchryslerspares and for less than $150USD shipped to my door it was all mine in all it's glory!


Behold the fabled streamlined ultralight Euro-delete pipe!



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US mega snowflake DPF and UK pipe for comparison



This is a plug and play swap and fits like it should. Its OEM Mopar and looks stock like it was always there!
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post #12 of 16 Old 06-19-2017, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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It was 50$ extra for the dpf delete add on tune for my Gde eco tune.
Guess GDE raised the cost... I just did my "custom tune" to add on the DPF delete to my Eco tune and Keith charged me $100

It's IMO really expensive and I'm not sure if it's really worth it all said and done when the tune is $695 + $100 to add the DPF delete option plus the cost of the pipe it's self. GDE has the market by the balls in this catagory and charge what they want and we reluctantly pay it... Not a rant but on my other car I have a tune that came with 3 preset tunes and complete and full mapping ability that I can change on the fly whenever I want for less than $500.
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Overland, what is factory Mopar part number for the delete pipe? I'm assuming that the part number is somewhere on the box, invoice or packing list.

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Right, but you still need to pay for the base tune, which not everyone wants to do.
As someone who has removed the intake manifolds and seen the thick sooty sludge that coats the inside of them, the price for the GDE tune to shut off the EGR system is worth that alone!
The added fuel economy, HP, Torque and disabling of the swirl motor system is an added bonus.

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post #15 of 16 Old 06-19-2017, 10:37 PM
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As someone who has removed the intake manifolds and seen the thick sooty sludge that coats the inside of them, the price for the GDE tune to shut off the EGR system is worth that alone!
The added fuel economy, HP, Torque and disabling of the swirl motor system is an added bonus.
So do the EHM with a venturi tube to keep things clean, and buy a resistor to disable the swirl motor if yours is dead.

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