Our AdBlue removal software allows many vehicles to be ran without the need to refill the AdBlue tank. Please note depending on your country and local laws AdBlue removal may not be legal for road use.
What is AdBlue?
AdBlue is a system to reduce NOx emissions on vehicles. The AdBlue solution is carried in a separate tank to the vehicles fuel and is sprayed into the exhaust system upstream of an SCR catalyst filter. Whilst this method of emissions control is highly effective, the vehicle owner has to refill the AdBlue tank which can become expensive. Additionally most vehicles will only permit the driver to travel a limited range with the AdBlue tank empty before the ECU disables starting the vehicle. This is to force refilling of the AdBlue tank. AdBlue removal remapping disables the AdBlue features within the ECU, to stop this happening and therefor reduces costs.
How does AdBlue Removal work?
To remove the AdBlue system from a vehicle physically would cost a significant amount of money, due to the labour time involved. The vehicle would also see a fault with the AdBlue system, and in most cases, disable the vehicle from starting. With our AdBlue removal software we re-programme the Engine ECU to not inject AdBlue. The system can be left in place, but the owner no longer needs to purchase AdBlue fluid, as it will not be consumed.
What is the law regarding removal AdBlue and other emissions related devices?
The law varies from country to country and also depends on if the vehicle is to be used on the public road. AdBlue removal software is generally intended to support motorsport applications. We suggest checking with your local authority before proceeding with the removal of any emissions related equipment from a vehicle. Additionally with correct and well written tuning software, good power gains are achievable from vehicles whilst still retaining factory emissions levels.
Contact Us about AdBlue Removal...
If you are looking to remove the AdBlue system from your vehicle, give us a call today on +44 (0)1622 320217.