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Morgi27



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Hi guys can someone clarify if my 2005/6 sport 2.7td has a DPF or not someone says they have others say not
Cheers

Post #550313 Sat Mar 03 2018 8:50am
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Col



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If you have one of these fitted then you have, but highly unlikely on a 05/06 car as they were only fitted to some vehicles from Vin No. 8A000001 on.




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Col

Post #550315 Sat Mar 03 2018 9:25am
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Morgi27



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Cheers mate I'll have look underneath when I can
My vin is 6A940955 so probably not then
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Post #550316 Sat Mar 03 2018 9:41am
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Black Bess



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No DPF on an 05/06. Certainly not for Europe. They came in with Euro 5 standard around 2011.

You can tell if you have a dpf by looking up the exhaust tailpipe. If there is no dpf, it will be black and sooty. If there is a working dpf, it will be spotlessly clean. They are fantastic at capturing particulate.

Post #550845 Fri Mar 09 2018 11:20am
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Col



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Was available as a option on 2008 on Euro 4 spec. cars before they became a legal requirement.

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Col

Post #550895 Sat Mar 10 2018 7:25am
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Eaters



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Can they be fitted retrospectively to say my TDV8 (2008) or the OPs 2006? Just thinking about the increasing pressure on owners of older cars to comply with ever stricter new emissions rules going forward. Sorry if this is a bit Off Topic Robin
2008 Range Rover Sport TDV8
Awaiting rebuild: NGTF
Gone:
Jaguar S-Type V8 4.2 Sport
MGZTT 190 2.5

Post #550902 Sat Mar 10 2018 11:11am
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Col



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Not sure if they can be retro fitted or not, but at around 2k a piece from L/R don't think many will be fitting them. Smile

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Col

Post #550958 Sat Mar 10 2018 7:45pm
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Eaters



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Good point Col Thumbs Up And presumably they wont deal with Nitrous Oxides - you'd need to sort out the Adblue feature for that - another few grand to fix, if even possible. Just thinking out loud really.

Apologies Morgi27 for hijacking your post, and if its of any use, my 2008 TDV8 doesn't have DPF. Robin
2008 Range Rover Sport TDV8
Awaiting rebuild: NGTF
Gone:
Jaguar S-Type V8 4.2 Sport
MGZTT 190 2.5

Post #550988 Sun Mar 11 2018 8:42am
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Morgi27



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No problem lol I haven't got one anyway

Post #551100 Mon Mar 12 2018 1:08pm
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Black Bess



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Hi Eaters.
Not really practical to retrofit, because it is not just a case of bolting on a new exhaust system. The car will also need all the electronics to enable excess fuelling to cause the DPF to regenerate.

Also, it will not change the Euro standard of your car, even if it is fitted and working. Most emissions schemes such as the London T-charge and next years ULEZ, judge the Euro standard first and foremost. You would need to get the emissions measured in a new type-approval emissions test to prove that it complied.

Thirdly, DPFs control particulate only. Laudable as that is, it has nothing to do with controlling oxides of nitrogen, which requires a combination of EGR and selective catalytic reduction (SCR). That is the on that uses Adblue and retrofitting that is even more involved than a DPF would be.

If you are worried about it, or are likely to be in any of the Clean Air Zone cities in the next few years, buy a Euro 6 diesel, or a petrol engine ! Thumbs Up

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Makes you think......

Post #551103 Mon Mar 12 2018 1:43pm
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Black Bess



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Thumbs Up Rolling with laughter

But we live in hope of clean energy generation!!!

Post #551104 Mon Mar 12 2018 1:44pm
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IRBails



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Re: Dpf

Morgi27 wrote:
Hi guys can someone clarify if my 2005/6 sport 2.7td has a DPF or not someone says they have others say not
Cheers


It is very easy to tell, if you have diesel smoke out the exhaust you do not have DPF! M16 SVD 4,4 HSE with a few extras, Sold R50 , Wife SQ5 , BMW R1200GSW.

Post #551141 Mon Mar 12 2018 7:54pm
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Barryp



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Now, can someone work out how many windmills and batteries it will take to replace the power station above? Laughing
Regards
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Post #551176 Tue Mar 13 2018 7:30am
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Revoke



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No. But here's a related factoid to think about.

To substitute electrical energy for all the petrol and diesel currently being burnt by cars and light vans in the UK, the total output of the power stations will need to be doubled.

Oops.

Post #555004 Wed Apr 25 2018 10:35am
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