I posted earlier up in this thread about dpf deletes.
After trying a dpf delete pipe which was horrible quality and didn't fit properly, and a bad module I had to go back to stock completely.
I then waited a bit longer and a mate from Toyota got me a spare dpf, I then removed all the internal honeycomb and went to doctor diesel in chipping Norton to turn off dpf at ecu. He also turned off the egr while I was there!
It is possible to punch out stock dpf, I would recommend trying to weld a pipe through the middle though so the flow is more direct!
Car now smells like a diesel but there's never any soot!
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