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DPF Delete Downpipe for 2.7 and 3.0 V6 TDi Engine

Calculated at Checkout
  • Auto Short Downpipe
  • Long Downpipe
  • Short Downpipe Flange Position
  • Manual Short Downpipe
  • Welding Example
  • Auto Short Downpipe
  • Long Downpipe
  • Short Downpipe Flange Position
  • Manual Short Downpipe
  • Welding Example
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3" Stainless Downpipe DPF Delete for 2.7 / 3.0 V6 TDi with Garrett VK Turbocharger
Fits the 2.7 / 3.0 V6 TDi Engines
This 3" Stainless Steel Downpipe DPF Delete is a straight replacement to remove the factory Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) on the 2.7 / 3.0 V6 TDi Vehicles
  •  Increased performance and driveability
  •  Made from Aircraft-grade Stainless Steel 
  •  High Flow for maximum performance
  • Includes Gaskets 
  •  Designed and made in the UK
There are two types of DPF for the 2.7 and 3.0, please provide a chassis number before purchase to ensure you will get the correct part

DPF Delete Part Numbers (these can be checked by your local Audi Dealer):

8K0 254 751 EX - Short

8K0 254 750 SX - Short
8K0 254 251 AX - Short
8K0 254 750 LX - Long

This will fit most of the 2.7 and 3.0 V6 TDi Engines from 2008 Onwards

If your model have a VZK Turbocharger and the DPF part Number - 4G0 254 750 BX please see our other listing:

When buying the DPF Delete Pipe you will require a custom ECU Remap to erase any fault codes or engine management lights. We will not be responsible for any problems that may occur with any other tuners software

Please Note; The pressure sensor boss will need slight modification on some models (8mm shorter) Test fit the pressure sensor pipe prior to installing.

Our DPF Delete Pipes are supplied with only a Lambda Sensor Boss. The Pre-Turbo EGT Boss is located in the Exhaust Manifold on the Turbocharger. All other EGT and Pressure Sensors are not required when removing the DPF, leaving them in the downpipe can eventually lead to sensor failure, creating a fault in the ECU and possibly a Check Engine Light in the Instrument Cluster. With the correct DPF Delete Software, these sensors are removed entirely so they can be unplugged and removed from the car. If your tuner cannot remove these faults, the sensors should be left plugged in and wrapped out of the way

Darkside Developments accepts no responsibility for the use of this part on the public highway where removal of emissions controls is prohibited. It is the customers responsibility to ensure they comply with rules and laws relating to their home country

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