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EGR delete manifold no CEL?

I remember a while back finding a site that was selling intake mainfolds with the egr deleted that supposedly was the only one that wouldn't trigger the CEL (if that's even possible). It seemed little more pricy at the time, however now that I have to tear down the motor to do all the injectors, what's another couple G's . Buying a delete kit then having to get a programmer (which I don't want to have) to override the CEL is pretty expensive too. Anyway, is anyone familiar with who makes that manifold would they please let me know.

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Depending on your ECM strategy it may not throw an actual code but just a soft code, which won't throw a light. I think I seen Gogo makes a delete intake manifold but I could be wrong.

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