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Old 07-25-2009, 05:48 PM
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sneky pipe. $

Up-pipe with Blocked off EGR (Sneaky Pipe) $165.00
6.0L EGR Components
http://www.elitedieseleng.com/60upegrbo.jpg (pic)


I got my eyes on this. I would get the full kit but the sneaky pipe is just fine for the $$$.

Is there another sneaky pipe for cheaper????

Will this throw any codes??

Is there something I need to do other than just swap it out.


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looks good id like to know also
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sneaky pipe with block off is ok, and yes there is a chance of it leaving a code , insuffecient egr flow in memory depending on model year
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sneaky pipe with block off is ok, and yes there is a chance of it leaving a code , insuffecient egr flow in memory depending on model year
my sig has the year 2006.

What do you mean block off???
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It blocks the flow of exhaust through your EGR cooler. I have one on my truck and it works great, with no codes. It isn't just a truck year thing, but also your PCM strategy.
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It will throw a code..we offer a EGR block off aswell.

Here is a picture of our up pipe:
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I just installed an River city diesel sneeky pipe. It fits super nice, is 304 ss tig welded and leaves plenty of room for a 4in down pipe. Check it out their prices are comparable
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i dont mean to high jack the thread. but do you need to replace the nuts/bolts that bolt in the up pipe? i've got an 04 up pipe without the scoop and elites block off plate i'm planning on installing soon. i've got everything i need except for new nuts and bolts unless you can reuse the factory ones. just want to make sure before i tear into it.
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Just dont snap them when you take them out!
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that's what i figured. Steve i say go for it, its basically the same thing that i'm gonna do. I'm not spending the cash on the full deletes until my warranty is gone.
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