Remove dPF - FAP

Diesel Particulate Filter

Safely remove exhaust restriction system

definitive dpf solution

The diesel particulate filter, also known as FAP or DPF, is an element located in the exhaust pipe that is responsible for retaining the particles generated by diesel engines, to reduce the level of particle emissions. The filter accumulates soot and ash and is responsible for incinerating itself through dynamic regeneration while we drive.

The regeneration periods Particulate filter varies depending on the use of the vehicle, although sometimes continuous use in an urban environment or short sections of driving leads to a lack of regeneration, producing a blockage in the cells. To carry out a regeneration, the engine injects a small part of fuel in the exhaust phase, better known as post-injection, which is responsible for raising the temperature of the exhaust gases until it reaches temperatures above 550º Celsius and in this way disintegrating through pyrolysis. stored particles.

When this cleaning is not possible, it is necessary to replace the DPF with a new one.

Sometimes the vehicles circulate in countries where the legislation does not require the use of these devices and likewise the quality of the fuel is poor, producing a quantity of waste that a regeneration is not able to clean. To do this, offers your vehicle an electronic removal service for this system. Eliminating post-injections and all emission system control parameters.

Exhaust restriction with DPF
Exhaust restriction WITHOUT DPF


Competition vehicles in any Diesel category are conducive to this type of DPF removal. If you are a competition vehicle preparer, contact us, we have a special product for you.

Legal warning: 

ReproRACE offers a global electronic modification service in various countries of the world. The user must consult the legal regulations in their country of origin. ReproRACE does not offer cancellation of anti-pollution systems in places where it is not legal, being in these places limited the use of competition vehicles that do not circulate on public roads.

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