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Old 12-04-2020, 10:50 PM   #1
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Maxxforce DPF EGR delete

Guys I hope someone can help me.
I am having so much headache with Maxxforce emission systems.
Constant DPF regens, EGR failures and so on.
It's more in the shop than on the road.
Considering the fact that our vehicles are exempt from emission regulations, I decided to delete them.
That is how I found this forum, googling for Maxxforce delete.
I found this company online https://truckecmtunes.com/internatio...cr-delete.html , and I am pretty close to bite the bullet and get their delete tune. I already have the needed diagnostic tools, Nexiq usb link.

I am wondering did anyone use them?
The main advantage is that they can do the software upgrade over internet.
Other companies require me to ship the ECM, and they cut the ECM open to get to internal parts. To be honest, I would try to avoid that.

The product that I am looking at is
https://truckecmtunes.com/internatio...te-tuning.html

Any hint would be helpful!
Since the cold days came, it is getting worse and worse with this DPF bullshit.
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Old 12-05-2020, 08:45 AM   #2
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Engine: 466ci, International
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I have an '09 MaxxForker bus that is registered Agricultural (also exempt). Please, keep us posted with your progress as I may follow your lead.
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Old 12-13-2020, 11:00 PM   #3
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So, we bit the bullet and tried the service.
It took them about 30min to get the ECM programmed, through dash port using Nexiq usb link. After that we did all the work according their instructions. We blanked the EGR, straight piped exhaust (we custom made the exhaust, since we didn't want to drill DPF).
So far it is performing perfect, no issues at all.
I hope this information will be useful for other members for are dealing with same problems as I do.
If you have any questions please ask, I don't visit forums often, but as soon as I see the notification will try to connect and give an answer.
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