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Go go intake manifold vs. Egr delete kit?

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Is the go go worth the money? Does it help enough to justify the cost over an Egr delete? I plan on doing one or the other in a week.
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If you do the gogo manifold, you'll have to do an EGR delete as well. With your setup right now, the gogo is not worth the money. At the very least you need to be tuned to see any real benefits from it and should probably even have a turbo upgrade as well. Not saying you wont see an improvement it is I dont think you'll see the improvement you are looking for after having spent that much money.

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If you do the gogo manifold, you'll have to do an EGR delete as well. With your setup right now, the gogo is not worth the money. At the very least you need to be tuned to see any real benefits from it and should probably even have a turbo upgrade as well. Not saying you wont see an improvement it is I dont think you'll see the improvement you are looking for after having spent that much money.
? Doug makes an EGR delete manifold, no port work thats 1/3 the price.

On the other hand, the ported intake would greatly benefit a stock truck just as well as it would a modified one.
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Greg is right. Stock trucks are seeing 100 degree EGT drops with Dougs manifold and much better airflow

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Yeah, I was wondering whether the op meant the ported manifold or just the egr delete manifold like the FCDP manifold. Either one is a nice addition.
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