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Old 11-27-2012, 07:13 AM
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EGR Deletes or Aftermarket??

Ok guys im working with a 2006 F250 and I have Banks Six Gun, ARP Studs, 125+ injectors, new glow plugs, K & N intake, 4 in. straight pipe...

I need a EGR valve is there something out there that isnt a delete but its like a high performance EGR valve I dont really want to get my elbows deep in the mess of doing the whole delete thing,

If not can you give me a good brand of EGR delete and coolant filteration?

Thank you
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:27 AM
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There are no aftermarket EGR valves available. Your choices are store bought deletes, DIY weld, or EGR spool eliminator.

Being that you have a '06, your gonna need a REAL tuner to keep the CEL off because of the emission codes. While your at it, get the K&N off your truck before it dusts the turbo blades.

With bigger injectors, your not getting the full potential with the Banks.


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i have a Bullet Proof Diesel internally blocked EGR cooler and a factory EGR valve i'll let go for $250. pulled off my 04. i'll split it up if you just want the EGR valve.
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Im a fan of the delete kits my self. I have a sinister delete kit on my 05.
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Thanks guys, my buddy is doing a delete in the next month or so I will see how his goes and if its not the big of a problem I will do one, and I also looked at the BPD EGR cooler and valves if it really that hard...
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Some strategies need the EGR valve in place for proper VGT cycling. I found this out the hard way. I re-connected it and just laid it in there.

Being as I have used an AiRaid filter for over 6 years w/out issue, I really doubt K&N is any different.

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With the Banks, if you do an EGR block or delete it will continually set an insufficient flow code and will defuel the truck. No way around it with the Banks 6 Gun
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All that other work and The egr hasn't been touched lol.

If your state doesn't do emissions just do a delete and I use the sinister filter but I run an elc also


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