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Old 03-04-2010, 12:02 PM
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how do i know what EGR delete to use ????

i got a 2005 f250 6.0 its got arp studs with new stock gaskets just cause it was done under warranty, full intake, turbo back exhaust, x cal 3 with ID extreem street DD just not sure what egr delete to use i did not know if there was curtain ones i got to use i want a full delete bullet prof ??
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Old 03-04-2010, 12:09 PM
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I just bought the sinister kit off flea bay. Looks to be well thought out and the price is great.
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most egr deletes will get you the same end result, some just use other avenues to get you there, some provide you with better parts, some provide you with cleaned parts..just personal preference
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Old 03-04-2010, 12:22 PM
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most egr deletes will get you the same end result, some just use other avenues to get you there, some provide you with better parts, some provide you with cleaned parts..just personal preference
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what do you think the best is out there for me and what i got done already of i guess it dont matter its whatever i wish to get and pay lol
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Depends on how much money you want to spend. I just have an RCD delete, not expensive, but gets the job done. There are some that go up to $600
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Old 03-04-2010, 12:37 PM
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well my opinion is biased, I think our Full EGR delete kit is the best. You are getting a cleaned intake manifold on top of an EGR delete kit and a solid up pipe.
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Definitely get one with a solid up pipe. I originally bought a crap kit that didn't have the solid up pipe and the flex on it cracked right off in a month and a half. I would say that given everything you already have done to your truck, do it right the first time....don't cheap out on this kind of thing. Abrannan has a great kit according to many on here and you know that you will have no problem touching base with him any time. When the up pipe went on mine they told me that it was the first time that they have ever heard of this happening and treated me like some sort of disease.............. so that's important.
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I have a Sinister Diesel kit off of eBay. Good solid kit at a great price.
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FCDP.. Mine went in flawlessly. And you get a basically new intake manifold (cleaned).. When I sent in mine it had all kinds of crap in it.. Carbon and oil mixed together to cake really well.. Why even have a turbo at that point??? lol
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