DPF Removal Warrington

Are you having problems with your DPF (diesel particulate filter)?  Are you facing expensive repair costs?  Are you fed up of poor MPG when the DPF is regenerating?  Do you want to remove the DPF from your vehicle?  Then you have come to the right place.  We can alter the software in the ECU (engine control unit) so that the DPF can be removed from the vehicle without logging any error codes or attempting any future regenerations.

Most vehicles fitted with a DPF will need to have the filter replaced at some point as part of the service schedule, if it hasn’t become overloaded in the meantime.  This can be very expensive, sometimes over £1000 (based on a BMW 33OD).

Benefits of DPF removal:

  • Increased MPG
  • Better performance
  • Improved performance
  • Avoid expensive repair costs

What we do is unique.  We download the ECU data and manually search through the 1000s of data strings to locate and delete all DPF data structure strings.  This is the ONLY sure way to delete a DPF system completely without any problems occurring.

For more information on this and how we can help, please contact us by email.

Please read this:
IS DPF removal illegal?

Please note that we offer DPF solutions for off-road usage only.  It is not illegal to remove a DPF filter from your vehicle.  It is an offence under the Road Vehicles Regulations (regulation 61a(3) 1, to use a vehicle which has been modified in such a way that it no longer complies with the air pollutant emissions standards it was designed to meet.  Removal of a DPF will almost invariably contravene these requirements.

From February 2014, the inspection of the exhaust system carried out during the MOT test will include a visual check for the presence of a DPF.  A missing DPF (where one was fitted when the vehicle was built) will result in an MOT failure.

Therefore, by fitting a bypass pipe you will find that your vehicle fails an MOT test.  Other methods, such as removing the internal filter, will be visually standard and will enable you to reinstall a filter at a later date should you wish to.  Please note this will contravene MOT regulations by completing this.

The potential penalties for failing to comply with regulation 61a are fines of up to £1,000 for a car, or £2,500 for a light goods vehicle.