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Aftermarket exhaust/intake Options

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On 9/29/2020 at 1:45 AM, MrGraff said:

I've looked at exhausts for my 2020 L5P for one reason, and that reason was to change the direction of the exhaust so it doesnt hit my fifth wheel with regeneration heat.

I was pulling my 7k lb camper last week. just over 500 miles. My banks I-dash showed the soot level stayed constant at 30% the whole trip while towing. I believe that is because the EGT was staying up around 750 deg. due to the increased load. Evidently this is just high enough to burn off the soot in the filter as its running but not enough to actually lower the soot level. That requires an EGT of around 1100 deg.  Normally unloaded it stays around 400 deg.  My point is hopefully Regen will not be an issue when towing a 7k + load..

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