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The dilemma of choice. I have a blocked DPF. I can pay $800 for removal and clean or can go down the path of DPF delete and remap ECU for $1999.

What would be the preferred choice and what have others done.

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I'd be checking with these guys for a price comparison on a new one:
http://www.dpfaustralia.com.au/


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Besides going back in time and getting one without DPF id be inclined to do a delete.
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Will the car run? is the DPF blocked or just bringing up an alarm, can you force a regen?
If you can get it running, you could try putting a heavy load on the back e.g car trailer with car on it, or a large caravan, then take it for a long run including some big hills. That will clean it out, get some serious heat happening.
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