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Old 09-18-2010, 01:59 PM
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river city, gogodiesel, or fcdp egr delete?

What do you guys think which egr delete to go with? Who's using what and how do you like it?
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Old 09-18-2010, 02:04 PM
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All depends on how much money you wanna spend David.

I have the bulletproof delete and like it.

FCDP or Dougs would be the ultimate kits though
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I thought Marc blocked your cooler a few years ago
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I run the Sinister kit which is similar to RCD and am very happy with it. FCDP makes a great product if you are ok with it not being reversible, so does Gogodiesel. If you go for the Gogodiesel manifold that has the inside milled to clear the obstructions it is probably the best manifold out there for the 6.0 but somewhat more than just an egr delete. It significantly increases air flow to the rear cylinders. I probably haven't helped you to decide but the point is they are all equally valid ways to get rid of your EGR. You have to decide what your goal is and what your budget is to attain that result.
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On the cheap: RCD's kit, as you can get it for like $175.

Ultimate kit: GoGo's EGR Delete with FCDP's Up Pipe.
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rcd all the way, its cheap and doing the same thing any of the rest of them do, i doubt you notice much gain with the different intake manifolds anyways. just my thoughts
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Old 09-18-2010, 02:51 PM
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rcd all the way, its cheap and doing the same thing any of the rest of them do, i doubt you notice much gain with the different intake manifolds anyways. just my thoughts
You will notice a huge drop in EGT's with gogo's manifold. A mild one with FCDP's
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how huge we talking? (im not being a smart a** im curious) because all of the companies manufacturing aftermarket intakes and larger cac tubes and the like always claim a magnificent drop in egts and more boost and so on and so forth, and it always seems to be a wash... i want to know numbers
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50 degree with FCDP just from cleaning. 150-200 with gogo's
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thanks that is a significant drop.
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