With the EPA cracking down on diesel emissions (again), making your newer diesel truck “off-road” worthy is becoming increasingly more difficult. Whether it is getting a shop to “delete” your truck or even purchasing an “off-road use” tune, you’ll be hard-pressed to make it happen.
Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs) are Here to Stay
Unfortunately, this means we have to deal with the headaches that come with our emissions equipment – the excessive regens, entering limp mode, less performance, etc. So, what is the best way to deal with it? Improve the quality of your diesel fuel with a quality fuel additive. Chemically improving your diesel fuel with a fuel additive could cut regens by upwards of 50%, meaning much less headaches.