DPF Delete Downpipe for MK5 and MK6 TDIs
Proudly made in Canada by BuzzKen
Are you building a race car or converting a car to off-road use only?
Start by replacing the restrictive factory DPF filter and exhaust with this mandrel bent downpipe and allowing the exhaust to flow freely!
This downpipe is built to last with 409 grade stainless steel and a high quality flex pipe.
- 2009-2014 Jetta TDI
- 2009-2014 Jetta Sportwagon TDI
- 2009-2014 Golf TDI
- 2013-2014 New Beetle TDI
- Increases fuel mileage by 4-6 mpg when used with a Malone tune
- Rated for up to 280 WHP
- Lower EGTs
- Deletes #3 and #4 EGT and #2 O2 Sensors for increased Reliability
- ***Includes ALL required hardware and clamps***
- 409 stainless steel from North America mills
- 2.5″ OD 16 gauge tubing
- Stainless steel installation hardware included
- 100% bolt-on
Will fit the following North American spec vehicles with DPF (diesel particulate filter):
2009-2014 VW Jetta 2.0 CR
2009-2014 VW Golf 2.0 CR
2012-2014 VW New Beetle 2.0 CR
For Off-Road Use Only
-Our cats are made specifically to our specs by Eastern Manufacturing in the USA. The same lifetime can be expected as from the OE cat, assuming the vehicle is in proper running condition. 'Plugging' should not be an issue, assuming there are no engine issues.
Kick ass Catbacks also available
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We sawzalled the dpf and piping and without having to remove rh axle or subframe. Wasn’t too bad at all. Once it was out the new parts went in super easily and everything lined right up. Sounds perfect and can here a little turbo whistle when driving. When you hammer it gives a nice rumble and turbo sound.(we left the stock muffler in place)
Job install went quickly and smoothly at Rodriguez Shop, all of the components fit like a glove. Malone software tune for engine and transmission took the longest, but it's my cars ECU that is the problem not the shop. The modification was the fix the car needed for VW diesel fix killed my horse power, torque and fuel millage 28mpg city and 36mpg highway. VW diesel also fixed removed my old Malone Tune too. Now it's peppier than before, horse power, torque and fuel. Cars on board computer said 55 mpg and I drove at 73mph from Georgia to Florida. But I used my calculator the average was stop and go, no traffic and some slow downs, and sometime gunning to pass at 85mph and the average fuel was 44mpg. A little bit of diesel smell but no black smoke and tile pipe clean and bumper cover around tile pipe clean too. This is the second time I use Rodriguez Shop and Malone Tuning. I recommend them, give them a call or e-mail them.
Very impressed with the quality given the price. Everything fit as it should. Went with the no resonator or cat option on a 2012 Golf and noise is actually really nice!
Having spent months reading on all the difference between the two i ran across a number of comments that stated how good the fit was of these pipes compared to the Rawtek ones. You get a lot of variation from vehicle to vehicle and for people to report such good fit i though why not save 500$ and go with something that looks to work just as described. The Rawtek is not a bad pipe by any means and yes its beautiful to look at with its welds etc however at the cost and considering that no one will ever see it in the back of the engine to me it wasnt worth the extra cash. My Buzzken DP fit perfectly after the DPF removal and i couldnt be happier with the quality of the pipe itself. Great welds good quality steel and all the additional fit past the turbo was of top notch. I would recommend this to anyone looking to save some cash but not give up on quality.
This thing really is really nice quality. Very solid!
Very impressed with the quality of this downpipe and midpipe. DPF removal wasn't as challenging as I anticipated. I opted for no cat or resonator with the stock muffler in the back. I will be installing a catback soon as well. Very impressed with the simplicity of this product. Everything fit perfectly.
First, removing the OEM system is really awful. It took me 6-7 hours. I was able to only cut it in one place (right up against the DPF), as well as removing every joint. I didn't have to loosen the subframe at all, but I did have to remove the inside flange of the passenger axle. Removing all the electrical sensors (EGTs and O2 sensors) and DP sensors / lines is a pain too. You'll only be reusing the #2 EGT (orange connector mounted to the DOC / DPF) and the O2 sensor between the turbo and DOC.
Once all the original stuff is removed, installing the new system was very easy. It took me about 1-1.5 hours, and didn't require anything get moved out of the way. Fitment was also perfect. No leaks after the first time, and no funky looking attachment points. It isn't a great quality stainless steel, but it's at least as good as the OEM stainless steel exhaust.
I have no regrets not getting the Rawtek system - which is twice the price. I recommend this to anyone.
As a sidebar note, I opted for the resonator. I honestly don't think the car is any noisier inside than it was before. Pared with the Malone Stage 2 tune (which makes for a smoother running engine), I'd even go as far to say it's a smidgen quieter. I am using the original cat back system.
Went in no problem, extracted old DPF on jack stands without dropping sub frame or removing axle. Only fitment issue is the front exhaust hanger doesn't want to line up correctly, but still very well built. AARodriguez Corp. were great to deal with, good communication and fast to ship order. Have done business with them and the past and will do more in the future.
I'm very happy with BuzzKen exhaust system & fixmyvw.com