Dec 16th, 2011, 08:18 PM
Just come back from Will at P Torque had DPF delete + remap and it's fantastic.
Quite a low 131 bhp as standard I think the Dpf might already have been clogging up. Finished after with 195Bhp + 400 nm Torque! Tom :biggrin:
Dec 29th, 2011, 04:15 PM
I'm in the process of having the DPF addative pump and bag replaced on my 2008 Cooper D. The pump seal broke and spewed red gunk everywhere.
I've only done 22k so have a couple questions to help me make an informed descision should I continue to have DPF (expensive) problems further down the line.
- Does the DPF delete mean you've had the DPF box removed from the exhaust system?
- Has the remap stopped the addative pump from injecting the addative to the fuel system?
- I assume it's a legal requirment to have the DPF. This can't be checked unless an MOT's exhaust emmissions picks this up? I suppose you wont know the answer but will the car pass the emissions test on the MOT ?
Only asking because if my DPF fails in some way I would rather pay to have it excluded from the equation than waste more good money having the thing replaced/fixed.
Dec 30th, 2011, 10:51 AM
Hi Chris, mines a cooper sd so a bit different but when Performance Torque did the dpf delete on mine they split it took the insides out (filter) and rewelded it together so it looks like standard. Will at P-torque also remapped the ecu to tell it to ignore the dpf. I have'nt noticed any extra smoke and i was assured it would pass the smoke test on the Mot. Tom