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post #1 of 5 Old 09-05-2010, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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I'm looking at the BP and sinister kits for my 2006. Is one better than the other? And what about the oil cooler they come with. Are they a stock replacement oil cooler?
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When you say you are looking at the EGR delete kit and are also talking about an oil cooler, I assume you are meaning this one
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That is just a new stock oil cooler which is good to replace when doing the EGR delete.

BP diesel also carries the stock oil cooler but also carries their own oil cooler which completely eliminates the stock cooler. It prevents you from getting a clogged oil cooler, which will lead to blown headgaskets,egr cooler,etc. It is quite expensive but well worth it from what I have read.

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Have sold both at work but technicians now prefer the sinister delete more and is cheaper.
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I would verify that you won't get a check engine light on an '06 if you do a complete delete. I think that you will get the light and need a tuner to turn it off due to a no flow situation. With the BP you won't have to worry about this issue.
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Do you have to go through emissions inspection? The BP delete looks like a stock cooler so it will still pass a visual inspection. The Sinister kit won't.
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