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post #946 of 1267 Old 10-27-2013, 10:31 PM
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Our power/torque figures have never changed. Tuning boxes cannot compare to a broader torque curve that the GDE tunes offer. The peak number is just a marketing ploy.
cool thanks.

do you have a chart for the hot tune?

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post #947 of 1267 Old 11-01-2013, 04:45 PM
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no regen tune

So I got my dpf mod done and I have to say it has made a noticable improvement in the way my Jeep runs. A nice rumble out the exhaust pipe now where before it sounded like my wife's toyota. The engine seems to rev a lot easier with more power. Fuel economy has not changed much yet but I am still on the first tank of fuel. Where the tailpipe was white glove clean before there is now a black film of soot like normal for a diesel.

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post #948 of 1267 Old 11-02-2013, 04:14 PM
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cut your resonator off and it sounds even better lol

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post #949 of 1267 Old 11-02-2013, 04:36 PM
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Yah, but I'm trying to keep this rig at least half civilized untill it is fully depreciated. Sure runs a lot nicer with the dpf off. It is a much happier vehicle.

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post #950 of 1267 Old 11-03-2013, 08:17 AM
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So no one has dynod the hot tune?

Would be nice to compare.. All we have are max hp and torque for the hot tune.
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post #951 of 1267 Old 11-03-2013, 08:37 PM
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I'm running the hot tune as well, just installed it about a week ago after getting a 4k+ repair bill from the dealership and then finding this forum (thanks guys).

I'll be doing the dpf delete but for now just having it running again is great, and I average 9.4avgL/Km on a combination of city/highway driving. I'm hoping to do even better with the DPF delete. I'll also be gutting the cat as well while I'm under there.
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post #952 of 1267 Old 11-03-2013, 10:03 PM
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let me know how gutting the cat goes
i want to do it but not sure how much i want to LOL

and still unsure if we will have aircare here in BC, supposed to go away 2015

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Yah, but I'm trying to keep this rig at least half civilized untill it is fully depreciated. Sure runs a lot nicer with the dpf off. It is a much happier vehicle.

its not loud by anymeans
just has abit more of a rumble


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post #954 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 08:10 AM
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I'll be doing the dpf delete but for now just having it running again is great, and I average 9.4avgL/Km on a combination of city/highway driving. I'm hoping to do even better with the DPF delete. I'll also be gutting the cat as well while I'm under there.
9.4L/100km is pretty good ha. Mine is only getting 11s and sometimes 10s and I have dpf delete. Are you running on stock tires? My tires are slightly bigger so will this throw my evic calculations off? Or am I wrong with that?

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post #955 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 08:44 AM
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let me know how gutting the cat goes
i want to do it but not sure how much i want to LOL

and still unsure if we will have aircare here in BC, supposed to go away 2015
I deleted my CAT and my DPF. It runs great, doesn't blow black smoke unless I stomp on it, then its still not very noticeable. I also don't smell much of a difference, but maybe it's because I'm use to it. It runs smooth, strong and quiet.

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post #956 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 09:32 AM
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You're a brave man

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I deleted my CAT and my DPF. It runs great, doesn't blow black smoke unless I stomp on it, then its still not very noticeable. I also don't smell much of a difference, but maybe it's because I'm use to it. It runs smooth, strong and quiet.
It is so totally politically incorrect to take out your cat You must have got the cel and fault codes? When I had my dpf off for gutting I looked up the *** end of the cat and realized it might be possible to bugger it in place but being a senior Jeeper I was getting a little tired and still had to bolt that son of a ***** back in. I went for a beer and consulted with some eco buddies who assured me that I should leave my cat in place. No guts No Glory.

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post #957 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 09:46 AM
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It is so totally politically incorrect to take out your cat You must have got the cel and fault codes? When I had my dpf off for gutting I looked up the *** end of the cat and realized it might be possible to bugger it in place but being a senior Jeeper I was getting a little tired and still had to bolt that son of a ***** back in. I went for a beer and consulted with some eco buddies who assured me that I should leave my cat in place. No guts No Glory.
I took a 3ft pry bar and smashed all the ceramic honeycomb stuff out of the cat. Left the cat in, just gutted the crap out of it. You gain zereo hp/tq for gutting your cat, if it were 100% clean and new. BUT if it is getting slightly clogged, you will gain from gutting it, as it will be restricting.

I can also report that I have no CEL after gutting the CAT.

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post #958 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 11:19 AM
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dang that was brave of you haha. I am suprised no CEL.
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post #959 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 12:24 PM
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Precious metals?

I hope you saved the stuffing out of your cat. There was probably at least $200. worth of platinum or paladium in there.

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post #960 of 1267 Old 11-04-2013, 12:35 PM
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Why not make a new pipe that replaces both the CAT and the DPF?
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