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Price Check?

Looking for a price check on parts and labor for an EGR Delete.
I have searched google and this website and I am getting price ranges from $600-$1,600...
For $1,600 id just do it myself.....

I am located in North Georgia near Chattanooga so I do have access to both the Atlanta, Chattanooga, and Knoxville area.

Anyone have any information on Powerstroke Specialty, LLC located in Buford Georiga? This is his website as he seems to be an EXPERT on these trucks. Also having multiple informational videos online (powerstrokehelp.com)

If anyone has any recommendations for my area I would greatly appreciate it.
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Wow that seems spendy. This is a very do it yourself kinda job. If you have ever tinkered with motors you can do this.

BPD OIL COOLER W/COLD WEATHER PACK & BPD oil bypass amsiol filter
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Wow that seems spendy. This is a very do it yourself kinda job. If you have ever tinkered with motors you can do this.
Yeah I have a designated shop to spend some hours working on this. I'm just trying to see if it would be worth my time and effort... or just pay someone to do it
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i normally charge 1200 to do it but thats with a oil cooler as well

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Yeah I have a designated shop to spend some hours working on this. I'm just trying to see if it would be worth my time and effort... or just pay someone to do it
You have more then most of us...should just try it yourself. It a great learning experience for these engines. As for the price check, I charge 500 but that includes the EGR delete kit.




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You should look at IPR's 2nd gen kit, that's what I would go with if I were doing it over.

IPR EGR GEN2 Delete Kit with Up Pipe & Gaskets for all 2005-2007 Ford Powerstroke 6.0 will fit F250, F350, F450

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Looking for a price check on parts and labor for an EGR Delete.
I have searched google and this website and I am getting price ranges from $600-$1,600...
For $1,600 id just do it myself.....

I am located in North Georgia near Chattanooga so I do have access to both the Atlanta, Chattanooga, and Knoxville area.

Anyone have any information on Powerstroke Specialty, LLC located in Buford Georiga? This is his website as he seems to be an EXPERT on these trucks. Also having multiple informational videos online (powerstrokehelp.com)

Stay far far away from Bill Huitt and Powerstrokehelp.com. You've been warned.

If anyone has any recommendations for my area I would greatly appreciate it.
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You should look at IPR's 2nd gen kit, that's what I would go with if I were doing it over.

IPR EGR GEN2 Delete Kit with Up Pipe & Gaskets for all 2005-2007 Ford Powerstroke 6.0 will fit F250, F350, F450
Couldn't agree more.
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irp egr delete is the shizz nit! its all we use at the shop!

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You have more then most of us...should just try it yourself. It a great learning experience for these engines. As for the price check, I charge 500 but that includes the EGR delete kit.
$500? Now we are talking... Where are you located haha

Anyway, if I purchase this IPR EGR Delete Kit and take it to a shop, will they know what and where all the pieces go? Just making sure before I make any buying decisions.

What is the difference between these two products?
IPR EGR Delete Kit with Up Pipe & Gaskets for all 2003-2004 Ford Powerstroke 6.0 will fit F250, F350, F450
IPR EGR GEN2 Delete Kit with Up Pipe & Gaskets for all 2005-2007 Ford Powerstroke 6.0 will fit F250, F350, F450

I notice that the year model is different and one is the first and one is the second generation.
My truck is a 2005 model but was built in early 2006

Choose Kit With Up Pipe or Exhuast Block Off Plate???

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Q1; If you manage to find a shop that can't get this figured, run as fast as you can.

Q2; Wow, I can't believe they are the same price, you would have to be a mental patient not to get the gen 2 if they're the same cost.

Q3; The block off and the up pipe perform the same purpose, adapting the system to run w/o the cooler. Once you no longer have the cooler, there would be a tee with a few inches of pipe blocked off (assuming you use the blockoff) en route to the turbo. Works fine I'm sure.

The perfectionist in me sees that tee causing turbulence and decreased efficiency/performance over a replacement straight pipe (up pipe). But in 99% of applications it probably doesn't matter. Other than the fact that you then have one more connection (and possible exhaust leak point) on said pipe instead of the replacement w/o.

Block off plate is easier to install.

I'd get the Up Pipe without really even considering the other.

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