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With multiple years of experience between them, they have done it all.

Summary Of Sales Call:

We offer the best alternative to a delete. Our programming turns off all the electronics, active regeneration systems, Lights in the dash. The DOC, DPF, SCR filters stay in place and continue to clean the air mechanically giving you the best of both worlds; clean exhaust and no more alarms or shut downs and de-rates related to the system. The only catch is you have to now clean the filters out every 6 to 8 months manually almost like an Oil Change service interval. You will know the filters are getting dirty when the fuel economy starts getting lower. The more you idle the faster you will need to clean the filters.

|Filters can be cleaned at Local Dpf Cleaning Centers|

- FlashClean Water & Chemical Based (98% Effective Clean) (Filter Flow Quality Report Provided)

- Air Knife Machines & Burn (97% Effective Clean) (Filter Flow Quality Report Provided)

- Soak &  Pressure Wash them for an at home solution (60% Effective Clean) (Free At Home Solution) Click To Watch Video Video 2

We do not remove filters or put holes in them.
The Best Alternative to Deletes on the Market
Passive regeneration Conversion

"Passive regeneration is an approach used to oxidise particulate matter (PM) in the diesel particulate filter (DPF). In contrast to higher temperature active regeneration, passive regeneration uses normal exhaust temperatures and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) as the catalyst to oxidise PM in the DPF. Operators benefit from the simplicity of the passive regeneration process, and fewer components make it a lightweight and easily installed solution.

In contrast to higher temperature active regeneration, passive regeneration – sometimes referred to as ‘passive regen’ – uses normal exhaust temperatures and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) as the catalyst to oxidise PM in the DPF.

What does a DPF do?

Emission standards have reduced the amount of PM or soot entering the atmosphere by up to 80 percent when compared with emissions from non-regulated engines. Ultra-fine particulates pass through and are captured by the DPF. This achieves the required reduction without compromising machine reliability and productivity. Over time, these particulates build up.

To maintain the performance of the DPF, passive regeneration is used to oxidise the PM within the filter. It’s a continuous process that allows the DPF to perform as intended without the need to raise the temperature.

What are the strengths of passive regeneration?

  • It’s a simple solution invisible to the operator
  •  Passive Regeneration DPF systems are designed to be Low maintenance, Requires at minimum a one time yearly burn
  • Fewer components make it a lighter weight solution for your machines
  • It eliminates downtime compared with some active systems that may require a machine to be out of action during cleaning or maintenance
  • By eliminating the need for raised temperatures, passive regeneration is suitable for all working environments
  • Passive Systems. In passive systems the soot oxidation temperature is lowered to a level allowing for auto-regeneration during regular vehicle operation—a task commonly achieved by introducing an oxidation catalyst to the system. The catalyst can promote oxidation of carbon through two mechanisms
    1. Oxygen mechanism—catalytic oxidation of carbon by oxygen, or
    2. Nitrogen dioxide mechanism—catalytic oxidation of NO to NO2, followed by the oxidation of carbon by nitrogen dioxide

Is passive regeneration used for all engines?

Passive regeneration occurs, to some extent, in all DPF systems. Most Motors have a Hybrid passive/active system, we specialize in converting to passive only systems.

If you’re looking for a simple solution that is invisible to the operator, passive regeneration is a logical choice. There are no extra lights or controls to increase the operator’s workload. It’s a continuous process, allowing the DPF to perform as intended. Operators won’t have to worry during the life of the machine.

A DPF system utilizing passive regeneration delivers reliable operation over a wide variety of applications and duty cycles. Out in the field or on site, that means excellent fuel consumption,no disruption to the operator, no downtime and, therefore, increased productivity for the operator."

We provide the following forms of custom tuning:

  • ECO
  • ECO + Conversion
  • Performance + Conversion
  • Mechanical Turbo Conversions 
  • Increase Fuel Economy Avg + 1.5-3mpg
  • Increase Power (HP/TQ)

We do it right by adding power and miles per gallon to your tanks.

ALL FLUID ADDON VARIANT DELETE CONVERSIONS INCLUDED IF NOT LISTED BY MODEL 
Caterpillar
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
Cat C7 – C7S ACERT +DPF Conversion EGR
Cat C9 – C9S ACERT +DPF Conversion EGR
Cat C13 – LEE ACERT +DPF Conversion EGR
Cat C15 – SDP ACERT +DPF Conversion EGR
Cat C15 – SDP ACERT +DPF Conversion , CGI Conversion, VVA Conversion EGR
Cat C15 – SDP ACERT +DPF Conversion, CGI Conversion, VVA Conversion, TwinTurbo to Single Turbo conversion
Cat C15 – LDN Tier4 DPF Conversion EGR
Cat C15 – MXS / NXS ACERT MXS NXS VVA Conversion EGR
Cat C15 – BXS ACERT BXS VVA DPF Conversion EGR

Cummins
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
Cummins ISX CM2350 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Cummins ISX CM2350 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion+ VGT Conversion
Cummins ISX CM2250 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Cummins ISX CM2250 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion+ VGT Conversion
Cummins ISX CM871 DPF, EGR Conversion
Cummins ISX CM871 DPF, EGR Conversion+ VGT Conversion
Cummins ISX CM870 EGR Conversion
Cummins ISX CM870 EGR Conversion+ VGT Conversion
Cummins ISB, ISC, ISL CM2350 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Cummins ISB, ISC, ISL CM2350 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion+ VGT Conversion
Cummins ISB, ISC, ISL CM2250 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Cummins ISB, ISC, ISL CM2250 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion+ VGT Conversion
Cummins ISB, ISC, ISL CM2150D DPF, EGR Conversion
Cummins ISB, ISC, ISL CM2150D DPF, EGR Conversion+ VGT Conversion

Detroit Diesel
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
Detroit Series 60 DDEC4 EGR Conversion+ power tune
Detroit Series 60 DDEC5 EGR Conversion+ power tune
Detroit Series 60 DDEC5 EGR, VNT Conversion+ power tune
Detroit Series 60 DDEC6 DPF Conversion
Detroit DD13 DDEC6 EGR DPF Conversion
Detroit DD15 DDEC6 EGR DPF Conversion
Detroit DD16 DDEC6 EGR DPF Conversion

VOLVO Truck
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
All VOLVO
VOLVO D12 D13 DPF ADBlue EGR Conversion
VOLVO D16 DPF ADBlue EGR Conversion

Paccar
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
Paccar Px7 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Paccar Px9 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Paccar Px6 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Paccar Px8 DPF, EGR, UREA, SCR Conversion
Paccar Px6 DPF, EGR Conversion
Paccar Px8 DPF, EGR Conversion
Paccar MX13, DPF Conversion EGR Conversion

Mack
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
Mack D11H 2010 DPF, UREA Conversion EGR
Mack D13H 2010 DPF, UREA Conversion EGR
Mack D16HE 2010 DPF, UREA Conversion EGR
Mack D11F 2007 DPF Conversion EGR
Mack D13FE 2007 DPF Conversion EGR
Mack D16F 2007 DPF Conversion EGR
Mack D12D series EGR Conversion
Mack D16D series EGR Conversion
Mack MP7 2007 DPF Conversion EGR
Mack MP7 2010 DPF-UREA Conversion EGR
Mack MP8 2007 DPF Conversion EGR
Mack MP8 2010 DPF-UREA Conversion EGR
Mack MP10 2007 DPF Conversion EGR
Mack MP10 2010 DPF-UREA Conversion EGR

Mercedes Benz
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
Mercedes Benz MB 900/4000 EGR + DPF Conversion

International
Engine Model Type Tune Features / Description
International Navistar DT DPF/EGR Conversion/DEF Conversion
International MaxxForce 7 DPF/EGR Conversion/DEF Conversion
International MaxxForce 13 DPF/EGR Conversion/SCR Conversion
International MaxxForce 15 DPF/EGR Conversion/SCR Conversion

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