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Old 07-08-2009, 03:09 PM
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EGT's after EGR romoval ?

This is for the guys that have completely removed their egr system. How did it change your egt's, did they go down or stay the same? This is a mod that I am probably going to do very soon so I was just wondering.

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yes your EGT's will be lower cuz you wont be breathing in hot exhaust gases anymore.

The bur will be more efficient so less fuel=less heat
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Your Oil temps will also drop, The International design for some odd reason pushes the coolant through the egr cooler, superheating it and then using it to cool your oil... DUHH Also, make sure your kits uses a new 304 SS Up-pipe. The later version trucks utilize a scoop in the factory part that will block 40% of exhaust flow to the passenger bank when the valve is blocked or commanded off.
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Your Oil temps will also drop, The International design for some odd reason pushes the coolant through the egr cooler, superheating it and then using it to cool your oil... DUHH
Ya!!! how stupid could ppl be!!!
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Just finished with the RCD complete egr delete kit. Drove around today and my egts went from 800 @ 55mph to 600 @ 55mph. My probe is on the exhaust manifold, if that helps you out any. It is definitely worth it.
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Old 07-11-2009, 12:03 PM
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EGR Delete

Two and a half more years, my 06 is completely out of warranty. This is one of the first things I'm going to do!!
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Old 07-13-2009, 01:42 PM
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wow 200 hundred deg. drop, thats awesome I feel like high egt's are my biggest problem so this is definitely going to be done as soon as I can get the cash together !!!!!
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you wont see that big of a drop esp. with a SCT
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Old 07-13-2009, 04:35 PM
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you wont see that big of a drop esp. with a SCT
I beg to differ..... I am running ID extreme street and have a 200 degree drop after removing the egr system.
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believe what you want..sales tactic or not..you wont see a 200* drop with a simple EGR delete.
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