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Old 06-05-2017, 08:18 AM   #1
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Evap delete on 2003 ram

What all is needed to delete the evap stuff, and what benefit/drawback is there? Mine was always throwing a code about a small or large leak, plus I always like deleting emissions stuff haha

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Old 06-05-2017, 08:50 AM   #2
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What all is needed to delete the evap stuff, and what benefit/drawback is there? Mine was always throwing a code about a small or large leak, plus I always like deleting emissions stuff haha
Deleted mine, you can get rid of everything except the valve that's on top of the canister. Just plug up the 2 air/fuel vapour lines that are on it and connect it to the harness.

If you delete it all, you'll get a code and it messes with the tune of the ECU, ask me how i know lol

I'm currently offshore with superslow internet so no pictures, there are however pic's floating around the forum but can't seem to find em.
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Old 06-05-2017, 08:58 AM   #3
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Mines all removed, it being a 03 with a 05 pcm flashed for emissions removed. Good to see you post Christof.
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Deleted mine, you can get rid of everything except the valve that's on top of the canister. Just plug up the 2 air/fuel vapour lines that are on it and connect it to the harness.

If you delete it all, you'll get a code and it messes with the tune of the ECU, ask me how i know lol

I'm currently offshore with superslow internet so no pictures, there are however pic's floating around the forum but can't seem to find em.
Is there any benifit? Do the 05's have all the evap stuff? I just switched to an 05 pcm so I'm wondering if this stuff is deadweight now
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I removed mine to make it simpler as I ran an exhaust down the driver's side that lasted only a few days before going back to the off road Y pipe.
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I removed mine to make it simpler as I ran an exhaust down the driver's side that lasted only a few days before going back to the off road Y pipe.
That's another thing that's been on my mind lately. I have the 3" off road y pipe with 3" all the way to the tips on my truck. It feels like I've lost some low end for sure, any mods I can do to help get that back? What was your reason for going back to the y pipe?
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Using long tubes and off road Y Pipe is what works on my truck. The duals ran like a pig and performance couldn't be tuned back in.
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It feels like I've lost some low end for sure,
Stock Hemi's do need a little exhaust back pressure. Put the stock Y pipe and exhaust system back on and you should get some of that tq back. And the stock Y pipe and exhaust system works good with the 260 cam.
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Stock Hemi's do need a little exhaust back pressure. Put the stock Y pipe and exhaust system back on and you should get some of that tq back. And the stock Y pipe and exhaust system works good with the 260 cam.
That stock exhaust is long gone and never coming back haha. And I think the back pressure thing is debatable. I don't think it needs back pressure, it needs exhaust velocity, which gets lost with the bigger pipe
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Stock Hemi's do need a little exhaust back pressure. Put the stock Y pipe and exhaust system back on and you should get some of that tq back. And the stock Y pipe and exhaust system works good with the 260 cam.
My truck felt stronger after lts an Ory compared to stock I had the 260 in the truck close to a yr before I ditched the stock exhaust.
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