re youtube dude....Just one guy with an opinion...heaps more with contrary ones. Just like assholes, everyone has one.
You claim to know what you are talking about, but your questions and grasp on mechanical engineering is light to say the least.
In your Original post:-
snippi wrote:Does anyone here have it fully blanked off and how many kms travelled since?
For the second part of the question regarding the dpf
If you had searched this forum you would have found that a guy called Tony from SPV industries was looking in to this electronically, and IIRC, the MQ triton egr works a whole different way to previous Pajero and Triton egr's, and does things at different times ...it was not an easy fix and afaik, is stalled at the moment. There are other cables out there, munji and chip tuning, but the jury is out...some people have seen boost drops and other things...other people are extremely happy. Me, I have a catch can, egr and dpf still in use and a chip.
To answer your original question, your ecu would have to be re-programmed to remove egr and dpf functions. It's illegal, but you know that. But there are shops that will do it.
Most of us on here would like to disable the egr...a smaller group including myself, would have liked to remove the dpf altogether...primarily from a reliability pov, secondly a power/fuel efficiency one.
Some of the responses, were alluding to the fact that this has all been talked about before and is not an easy fix or legal...hence the catch cans etc.
You then went off on the tangent of rubbishing catch cans, quoting dpf's as the cause of diesel/engine oil dilution, (which if you knew what you were talking about, is usually caused by a combination of less tension on piston compression and oil scraper rings for fuel economy and finally the high pressure fuel injections systems bypassing rings...not the dpf) and rubbishing anyone that didn't agree with your line of thinking.
You then quoted a video that was talking about Intercooler and catch cans, which is irrelevant, as snake oil and people are idiots for buying them...which again, if you knew anything about mechanicals, is a real issue.
And again rubbished people as greenies when they questioned your mechanical knowledge.
You started your original post with "I heard some shit"...asked a question or 2, was told that it was not an exact science and some alternatives...then you finish off with " I preffer to believe the real diesel experts not catch can salesman or people who simply heard something and feel like they know something now. Anyways i really dont care and none of this is relevant to my original post.
Personally, have rebuilt hot 4 engines, old v8 petrol international engines on and off over the last 30 years, do all my own mechanical...servicing, suspension installs, bullbars, fitouts....know enough to know that I dont know everything, but enough to know when someone is speaking bullshit and will investigate and find out the answer.
Not every Diesel "expert" is made the same....critical thought regarding mechanical engineering needs to be applied to what comes out of their mouths.
You took umbrage at the fact that people were not on the same page as you, got defensive when people questioned your thinking, then retaliated when rational thought was proffered or your beliefs questioned.
Which brings me back to... sub-30 years old and like any zealot, religious or otherwise, wont be swayed by rational thought or discussion and believes that attack is the best form of defense.
You have the answers....