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Old 27-11-12
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Ok thanks.

I guess that I was lucky as my lines were not impossible to remove (almost were however ).

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bolts are: M14*1.5 M12*1.25
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I found the only bolt to fit the 2 sensor line bolt holes in the delete pipe were 1/4 NPTF. Nothing else fit the thread cut in mine (definitely not 9/16 unf as quoted). The original lines on mine wouldn't come lose with loctite freeze or map gas, so they stayed attached to the removed dpf and connected the rubber ubes together. About 20 thousand kms and no trouble, other than a replacement scv but not related.

Do you have any bolts or plugs in the thread you cut to blank the 2 lines off at all?
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let me get some in.
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Old 21-11-19
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Hi all,

For those that simply replaced the DPF with the race pipe and reused the existing temperature sensor, was this all you ever had to do to avoid the dreaded DPF light or any other issues?

It appears that in other threads it is advisable to install resisters into 2 temperature sensors to avoid issues without a ECU re flash. (Still trying to understand what resistors and which sensors)

I'm trying to get organised to do my own, but don't want to get half way through to find I'm missing a part etc. as I cant afford to be without a car.

Thanks in advance,

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You get away with this SOMETIMES. It is not a 100% fix Garry

Try it if you like however if you are not sure OR don't want to be stuck anywhere come to us and we can get it sorted



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Hi all,

For those that simply replaced the DPF with the race pipe and reused the existing temperature sensor, was this all you ever had to do to avoid the dreaded DPF light or any other issues?

It appears that in other threads it is advisable to install resisters into 2 temperature sensors to avoid issues without a ECU re flash. (Still trying to understand what resistors and which sensors)

I'm trying to get organised to do my own, but don't want to get half way through to find I'm missing a part etc. as I cant afford to be without a car.

Thanks in advance,

Garry
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Hi Garry
I just connected the pressure sensor pipes together and put the temp sensor back in.
Nothing else done and ran this for probably 50,000Ks with no issues.
I think the burns started happening less and less over time because the pressure difference burn never happened the the Km burn may also learn how much the DPF is blocked and adjusted itself over time.
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Old 21-11-19
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Hi,

I also reattached the pressure pipes and temp sensor for around 110,000km now without any issue. Still does the distance based burn for 10 minutes.
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Old 23-11-19
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this has got to be the 1000000th time ive seen someone say "i just connected the pressure pipes together"
got any photos?
did you just do the delete pipe?
ive got a full xforce 3" setup here with dpf and cat delete i want to put on.
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Old 23-11-19
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this has got to be the 1000000th time ive seen someone say "i just connected the pressure pipes together"
got any photos?
did you just do the delete pipe?
ive got a full xforce 3" setup here with dpf and cat delete i want to put on.
It would be great to see A pictorial
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