LML 6.6 DPF Delete Kit significant increase in fuel mileage. If your DPF is plugged up your probably averaging about 13-14 mpg. More or less depending on the severity of the restriction. After deleting the DPF/CAT expect to get a combined mileage of 18-19 mpg. Larger tires and poor driving habits will skew mileage downward.
- 100% brand new, Never been tried or installed
- Thickness: 2mm
- Inlet Diameter: 3.5-4"
- Get rids of restricting cat pipes and mufflers. (catless, decat, test pipe)
- Easy Installation
- Professional installation is highly recommended
- 3X Delete Pipe+3 Clamps
- As Pictures Shown
- 2011-2015 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500 HD 6.6L DIESEL LML DURAMAX
- 2011-2015 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 3500 HD 6.6L DIESEL LML DURAMAX
- 2011-2015 GMC SIERRA 2500 HD 6.6L DIESEL LML DURAMAX
- 2011-2015 GMC SIERRA 3500 HD 3500 HD 6.6L DIESEL LML DURAMAX
- This does not fit the 3500/4500/5500 Cab & Chassis commercial-style truck.
2015 or 2015.5? - 2015 is a split year. The 2011-2015 downpipe is secured to the turbo-direct pipe using a V-band style clamp. The 2015.5-2016 uses a 3 bolt flange style connection. Be sure to visually verify the clamp style your truck is equipped with.
- Shipping Restrictions: This part is NOT available to ship to the state of California.
- Not for sale or use on any pollution controlled vehicle in the state of California.
- By breaking the box seal and/or installing this product, you assume risk and liability of result from its use and you release EGR Parts, its suppliers, distributors, and dealers of any and all liability. EGR Parts, its suppliers, distributors, and dealers will not be responsible in any way for the product's service and use.
- According to the EPA Clean Air Act, this product is illegal for use on any Federal, State, or Local public highways and illegal use is punishable by the penalties enacted by the mentioned laws. This product is for "RACE USE ONLY." The use is limited to closed and open-course racing that is formally sanctioned by a recognized racing organization. Any other use including on-road and recreational off-road use could be in violation of local, state, and federal laws. Read the full disclaimer.