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Old 04-17-2013, 03:30 PM
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2003 EGR Delete "Might As Well" Parts

As stated in title, deleting EGR system on 03. Installing new up-pipe at that time.

What are easy to touch parts that I should also take care of while in there?

I'm considering going ahead and replacing the Y-pipes and installing a 4" exhaust while I'm there.

Will also be ordering a new turbo install kit.

What else?
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I would go ahead and do the coolant flush before starting and while you're in there, rebuild the oil cooler and switch to ELC
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Thanks for the reply. I just ran Restore and Restore+ through it. EOT/ECT split seems ok. I have Cat approved red coolant to go back in, forget which brand, but it's the one they carry at Napa.
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get the oil cooler. its easy while your there.
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get the oil cooler. its easy while your there.
Doesn't oil cooler require R&R of the intake manifold? Looked like a lot more work to me, maybe I'm wrong.
Also, are there additional might as well parts when swapping the oil cooler? I see 3C3Z-6A642-CA from Tousley @ $278. Was already going to order the turbo hardware and blue spring kit from them, plus whatever other incidentals are suggested.

Thanks for the help.

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Old 04-17-2013, 05:54 PM
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well to do the delete you gotta pull the manifold anyways. you can do it without pulling it but make it easy on yourself. your right there so why not. look into the ipr gen 2 egr delete. best one out there!
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hpop updated screen.
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