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post #1 of 9 Old 11-08-2014, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
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2008 Grand Cherokee Overland Diesel - exhaust filter delete options

Hey new to this forum. I just bought an 08 Grand Cherokee Diesel. I would like to do an exhaust filter delete in the future, just wondered if there's anything available.


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post #2 of 9 Old 11-08-2014, 06:35 PM
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Or you can pound out the inside of the filter. Don't forget that you will also need a tune to prevent error codes.

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I wonder if you just gut the DPF if it would throw a code? I think the regen works only off the preasure difference.

If the DPF is gutted would the regen ever occur?

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post #5 of 9 Old 11-09-2014, 01:33 PM
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I wonder if you just gut the DPF if it would throw a code? I think the regen works only off the preasure difference.

If the DPF is gutted would the regen ever occur?
I tried that and it did not work. I got a CEL and it did seem like it was trying to do a regeneration. Had to get the special DPF delete tune from GDE. Been running strong for a year now with the hollow DPF.

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Hey so it's 3 and a half or so years later and I just came across this thread I started back then when I had just bought my jeep. I did the GDE tune and CB engineering delete pipe and I love it. I did an MBRP filter back straight pipe as well. It has a nice deep growl now and I can even blow a little or sometimes quite a bit of smoke. I still passed Emissions testing here in Ontario no problem.

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Wow dude. I'm in Ontario too. That's good to know. I have GDE Hot with DPF delete and muffler delete. Haven't had to do the E-test yet.

I just got a custom shop to chop out the muffler and put a straight pipe for the exhaust. Same with the DPF. Is that what you have?

I never got the MBRP, but I wonder what I'm missing out on.

I've always wanted this thing a little louder. It isn't quite what I wanted lol.

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We have emissions testing on a dyno here in Vegas, I really wonder if I can get away with the DPF delete and still pass smog

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