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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-25-2007, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
 
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Totally random Tuning idea

I was just reading a few threads about how diesel are going to be tested all this other stuff in the future and how cats and filters shouldn't be taken off. Once a tuner comes out for the newer trucks, couldn't a person writing the tunes just take a ton of fuel out, like way less than stock programming? Wouldn't this result in little particulates to past a test? Just thinking outloud..

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Probably on some things, but not on others. The Cat and Filter filter out other things like NOX and what not.

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It would probably rat out the fact that it wasn't a stock tune as well.
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Probably on some things, but not on others. The Cat and Filter filter out other things like NOX and what not.
There are no NOx absorbers yet on the Fords!
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I was just using that as an example. I have no idea what they are all called. But doesn't using Cats make NOX go down?

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