Dodge Cummins

Unlocking the Full Potential of Your Dodge Cummins Engine with DPF and EGR Delete.

Dodge Cummins engines are well-known for their impressive power and durability. These diesel engines have been a popular choice for Ram trucks for many years due to their reliability and towing capabilities. However, some truck owners may feel that their Cummins engine is not reaching its full potential. This is where DPF and EGR deletes come into play.

DPF and EGR.

The Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) systems are designed to meet modern emissions standards. While these systems may be beneficial for the environment, they can also restrict the performance of your engine. The DPF is designed to capture and remove particulate matter from the exhaust gases, but over time, it can become clogged and restrict the flow of exhaust. The EGR system recirculates exhaust gases back into the engine to reduce emissions, but it can also lead to a buildup of carbon deposits.

Modification of DPF and EGR.

DPF and EGR deletes are modifications that remove these systems from your engine, allowing for increased power, improved fuel efficiency, and better overall performance. By removing the DPF and EGR, your engine can breathe easier, and exhaust gases can flow more freely, resulting in increased power and torque.

DPF and EGR deletes are legal for off-road use only and can result in increased emissions. However, for truck owners who use their vehicles primarily for off-road purposes, DPF and EGR deletes can be a valuable modification. With increased power and performance, you can tackle any off-road terrain with ease.