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Old 11-24-2010, 01:30 PM
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ebay EGR Delete???

Has anyone ever used this EGR delete???

6.0L 2003-07 6.0 EGR DELETE KIT F250 F350 POWERSTROKE - eBay (item 300495004103 end time Nov-29-10 10:36:09 PST)

I only like it because of the price the welds look pretty good from what I can tell and it has a warranty....What else do I need to put this kit on?? or will this help?
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Old 11-24-2010, 05:47 PM
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Hell of a price. I bought the Sinister. One thing you may want to do is leave the EGR valve in place and plugged in instead of using the block off plate. I've read on this site that the PCM will not operate the fan clutch properly if it does not see the EGR valve. I'm plugging my back in tomorrow, give me something to do with all the family their.

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Hell of a price. I bought the Sinister. One thing you may want to do is leave the EGR valve in place and plugged in instead of using the block off plate. I've read on this site that the PCM will not operate the fan clutch properly if it does not see the EGR valve. I'm plugging my back in tomorrow, give me something to do with all the family their.

Lonnie
Thats funny I also bought fuel filters,oil ,pads and rotors for just such occation. I think slides of china trip are coming out
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I got mine from River City Diesel on Ebay. It is still listed for $225 and they will go down if you make them an offer.

6.0L 6.0 Ford Powerstroke EGR Valve Delete Package - eBay (item 300419729389 end time Dec-16-10 07:34:53 PST)
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Old 11-25-2010, 04:50 AM
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I got mine from River City Diesel on Ebay. It is still listed for $225 and they will go down if you make them an offer.

6.0L 6.0 Ford Powerstroke EGR Valve Delete Package - eBay (item 300419729389 end time Dec-16-10 07:34:53 PST)
How long did it take you to install it?
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about 10 - 12 hours but I removed the intake and did the oil cooler at the same time. That was my first time in a PSD so I may have taken longer. With the way the RCD is made you could do it with the intake on.
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about 10 - 12 hours but I removed the intake and did the oil cooler at the same time. That was my first time in a PSD so I may have taken longer. With the way the RCD is made you could do it with the intake on.
dont plan on doing it any other way unless you like doing the work twice. do a flush with restore and restore plus before removing the old oil cooler and the new one wont plug up. then refill with an elc coolant.
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I flushed mine and cleaned everything real well. Used ELC as well. I am currently doing my head gaskets with arps and it took me about 5 hours to get to the point of the intake off this time.
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