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Old 12-17-2010, 12:24 PM
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EGR delete, head studs and injectors??

So I am thinking about doing the EGR delete, I like River Cities version, head studs and head gasket and also injectors. I got a quote from one guy who makes his own egr delete rebuilds injectors with 50hp nozzles and also do the head studs and gaskets. The price was $5300 which I don't think is a ad price. My question though is if I were to just do a few things at a time where would you start? With head studs and work my way out? Or do injectors and work my way in? I am currently thinking about just having it all done in one pop, just don't want to shell out $5300 at the moment.
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Do the studs and delete before injectors
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It will be cheaper to weld a plug on the up-pipe hole that feeds the egr cooler and exits the cooler, remove the cooler, then leave the egr vlave unpluged. That will save you a good amount of money and do the same as a delete.
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It will be cheaper to weld a plug on the up-pipe hole that feeds the egr cooler and exits the cooler, remove the cooler, then leave the egr vlave unpluged. That will save you a good amount of money and do the same as a delete.
You forgot a step

You have to reroute the coolant
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When it comes time, where do you guys send or get your injectors? Also know anybody in Dallas area that is a diesel guru?
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Old 12-17-2010, 01:16 PM
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Casserly at full force diesel is the place to go for injectors
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You forgot a step

You have to reroute the coolant
Oh yea!
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Casserly at full force diesel is the place to go for injectors



Call him and see what size you want.
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