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Old 02-02-2013, 03:56 AM
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best egr delete and coolant filter setup

Going to be doing egr delete new oil cooler and coolant filter on my truck. Just curious what everyone thinks is the best delete and coolant filter out there? Been looking and like the IPR stuff but not sure about the coolant filter. Should i just go with the typical bypass filter setups?Anyone have any experience with the IPR setup and if so the good the bad and the ugly about it?
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I have the IPR filter and love it! Never have to buy another filter again for it.
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I like the Sinister Setup for Both.
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I bought both kits from xdp and I'm very happy .
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I just got done doing mine. I chose the IPR Gen2 Delete kit with the new solid up pipe. Their kit is a little more expensive than the others out there but when you get it you will see why. It is a completely different design than the other delete kits out there. It is a milled 1 piece design that has no hoses to leak or go bad. It takes the coolant from the oil cooler and routes it straight back into the intake manifold. I was hesitant since it is a new design but after installing it have no concerns.

Since you have an 06 I would recommend replacing the up pipe with a new solid one. The 06 up pipes have a scoop built into them which helps to route some of the exhaust gases through the EGR. If you just plug the up pipe you will leave that scoop in there which will disrupt the flow to your turbo. To me there was an obvious improvement in how quickly the turbo spools up after replacing that pipe. I ordered the Gen2 kit with solid up pipe from IPR and it came with all the gaskets you will need including new intake manifold gaskets. I had an FICM tune prior to doing my delete and still noticed a significant improvement from replacing the up-pipe.

As far as the coolant filter I have a Sinister bypass, only because the IPR was not available when I put mine on my truck. If I had to do it again I would probably use the IPR if for no other reason than it is a cleanable filter. Save you from having to by new filters all the time.
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the ipr genII delete and high flow coolant filter are the best in their field.
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the ipr genII delete and high flow coolant filter are the best in their field.
I agree with this. Those are the only ones I'd use.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:00 AM
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the ipr genII delete and high flow coolant filter are the best in their field.
Good deal. That's what I was hoping to hear. Thanks guys.
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same here, IPR GEN2 with IPR coolant filter route full flow in line with heater hoses.
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So ipr gen 2 egr delete and the manifold with the coolant filter are very good to go with and worth the money. I think it is a cool setup for the coolant filter because u just pull the filter out and reus it. Let me know if it is the worth to us the manifold or not
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