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post #1 of 14 Old 02-15-2010, 03:42 PM Thread Starter
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Guys what is the best egr delete kit on the market
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post #2 of 14 Old 02-15-2010, 03:44 PM
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everbody will have there own opinion about this one. My personal opinion is doug at gogo diesel. He takes the delete kit to a new level..Very nice, clean work.

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Definitely the full delete at FCDP. It is a little pricey but everything is top notch!!

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I like the FCDP kit.

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personal i got the sinister diesel kit off ebay 300 bucks and it is jam up. think i can spend the extra money on other stuff. if installed right u should never have any problem out of the bolt on kits. just my two cents


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Yeah I got the Sinister kit too and it is a quality setup. FCDP is a great kit but with the intake welded up it is not reversible which is why I went with the Sinister kit. RCD also make a nice bolt on kit.
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we prefer our delete kits LOL

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i have the sinister to, but the fcdp kits are nice!

studs,egr delete(sinister),dieselsite coolant filter, nuc oil bypass, dj's fuel + regulated fuel return, sct by eric, 4in silverline no cat, isspro gauges, cat elc coolant, hids, lots of other odds and ends......
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I just installed a RCD delete, mainly bc they are the original. I got it on Flea bay for $260. The Sinister kit is identical, but looks much better.....either way, it was a pretty simple install and does not require much wrenching ability. Hardest part was getting the old exhaust hardware loose, as I didn't have any penetrating oil and was too impatient to get some. Each kit comes with new exhaust bolts, so I didn't worry about twisting the old ones off. Btw, I "found" that oil likes to get sucked into the turbo from the rocker arm cover that vents into the intake (come on Ford), so you might have some oil in the turbo cooler pipes/hoses. Make sure you clean all the oil off and tighten them on, or you'll blow an intercooler hose off when romping on it after the install. You can get kits that keep oil from getting sucked in, but people have told me as long as I'm not popping hoses off when my turbo is spooling up, to not worry about it. Let me know if you have any questions if you decide to install the delete.
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