EPA brings millions in fines to makers of DPF Delete kits for pickups

|  January 24, 2013 |

A couple weeks back our sister publication Pro Pickup reported on the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to begin going after manufacturers and users of DPF Delete kits for pickups.

The kits have become popular recently among those drivers who want more performance from their emissions-restricted engines. Now, Pro Pickup editor Bruce Smith is reporting that the EPA has handed out its first fines to the manufacturers of these kits.

Edge Products reached a settlement of $500,000 with the EPA while H&S was fined $96 million, Pro Pickup reports.

Read the full article at Pro Pickup.

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