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ECM Tuning & Delete Kits

Unlock the full potential of your vehicle's performance with our cutting-edge ECM tuning and delete kit services. At Squires Industrial, we specialize in maximizing engine efficiency, power, and fuel economy through precise Electronic Control Module (ECM) tuning. Our expert technicians employ state-of-the-art technology to optimize the engine's parameters, ensuring a customized solution tailored to your specific needs. In addition to performance gains, we offer specialized delete kits designed to enhance the overall functionality of your truck and equipment. These kits target restrictive emissions systems, unlocking additional horsepower and torque while maintaining compliance with local regulations.

DEF Delete

Trucks equipped with DEF delete installations can potentially enhance fuel efficiency by up to 30%. Unlike the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), the Diesel Engine Fluid (DEF) system functions similarly but utilizes DEF instead of diesel fuel. Comparable to the DPF, the DEF system expels soot from the engine, storing it in a canister within the exhaust system, organized in small 'honeycomb' shaped compartments. To clear accumulated soot, the system enters a regen cycle, utilizing DEF at high temperatures to burn off and expel the built-up particles.

However, DEF not only diminishes fuel efficiency and overall performance but can also lead to system freezing due to its predominantly water-based composition. Opting for a DEF Delete Service eliminates this system, allowing your truck to operate at its peak efficiency and performance levels.

DPF Delete

Your diesel engine incorporates a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) designed to eliminate particulate matter from the exhaust. This matter is collected in a canister featuring honeycomb-like compartments, strategically positioned in the center of your diesel truck's exhaust system. When this system becomes clogged, exhaust flow is impeded, triggering a regen cycle. In this cycle, diesel fuel is employed to incinerate the accumulated matter, allowing for a comprehensive release and restoration of your exhaust system's efficiency.

However, a damaged DPF can result in substantial repair costs, often compromising power, fuel efficiency, and engine longevity during the removal of particulate matter. Retaining a functional DPF system can lead to poor fuel economy, whereas removal can potentially enhance it by up to 30%.

For diesel truck owners seeking heightened performance, horsepower, and torque, especially for towing or heavy loads, a DPF delete is a popular choice. Opting for a DPF delete promises increased power, efficiency, and a prolonged lifespan for your engine. Choose enhanced capabilities for your diesel truck with a DPF delete, delivering optimal performance and durability.


Your diesel engine is equipped with an Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system, designed to minimize exhaust emissions. While effective in emission reduction, the EGR system concurrently elevates soot levels within your engine, diminishing performance, fuel efficiency, and potentially shortening your engine's lifespan. Notably, EGR systems are notorious for causing various engine troubles, such as stuck or cracked parts.

Opting for an EGR Delete Kit, an aftermarket solution, eliminates the EGR system from your vehicle. Experience the benefits of a cleaner-running engine and an extended lifespan, accompanied by enhanced power and performance. Say goodbye to the drawbacks associated with EGR systems and revel in the advantages of an EGR Delete Kit for a more efficient and durable engine.

Remote Tuning

Where ever you are, our skilled technicians can make adjustments to your vehicle's engine control unit (ECU) or electronic control module (ECM) via the internet. 


  • Diagnostic adapter compatible with Insite Software (Nexiq USB Link, Dearborn DPA, Inline, etc...)

  • Laptop with Windows 7, 8 or 10 Operating System

  • Good internet connection


Tuning Quote Request

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