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post #1 of 3 Old 12-08-2010, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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EGR Delete

I performed an EGR delete on my truck last year and lost my pictures and finally found them. This is what I did to get rid of that pesky problem. I have been running this setup for almost a year and haven't had a single problem. I cut my intake manifold to get rid of the EGR parts.

I then made a welding jig to fix the up pipe.

I then welded on -8 weld on fittings to the oil cooler and then to the intake manifold. I did raise the intake fitting from this picture because it was hitting the top of the oil cooler housing.

I then ran braided line between the oil cooler and intake manifold. I don't have any good pictures of that setup.

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Just like the GO-GO Diesel one. LOVE IT, AWESOME
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Great ideas man. Wish I had the equipment to weld aluminum. Awesome setup for the up-pipe jig too!!

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