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Old 06-11-2013, 03:15 PM
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Lightbulb modifed intake manifold owners

Im curious anyone that has a modified manifold that has the egr and coolant passage cut out, how are you running your line off the oil cooler ? And what sizes did you go with ? And routed where ? Also how are your ect and eot readings ?
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I think you already have the specs on the Gogo Stage 1.
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Yup myself n brian have figured out the issue as well that we have noticed. But the lack of commenting im gonna guess ppl either dont know they have an issue or already know
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Im curious anyone that has a modified manifold that has the egr and coolant passage cut out, how are you running your line off the oil cooler ? And what sizes did you go with ? And routed where ? Also how are your ect and eot readings ?

THIS IS WHAT I DID!
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THIS IS WHAT I DID!

Uhhh, details please!! Sizes, actual parts, does it fit under the intake with no problem? Looks like a great idea, I left the egr part on mine because I had read that you couldn't get sufficient coolant flow any other way. I may do this to mine when after I install the one I'm working on now.

Thats if you don't mind sharing of course

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Uhhh, details please!! Sizes, actual parts, does it fit under the intake with no problem? Looks like a great idea, I left the egr part on mine because I had read that you couldn't get sufficient coolant flow any other way. I may do this to mine when after I install the one I'm working on now.

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He's going to be running a 6.4 manifold that is modified to run on a 6.0. You can't fit that stuff under a 6.0 manifold without some serious modification.
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I run from the stock egr coolant fitting on the oil cooler to the heater return line under the degas bottle with 3/4 hose.
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I run from the stock egr coolant fitting on the oil cooler to the heater return line under the degas bottle with 3/4 hose.
Do what Mitch says you will be fine!
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I have a 6.4 manifold on mine and it blocks the coolant return on the front cover. I also have a BPD oil cooler so I used a 1/2" pipe plug in the BPD block that plugs off the coolant flow there. Can anyone say $0.50 EGR delete kit?? LMAO.
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Currently I have a BPD oil cooler and the GoGo intake manifold.
Instead of plugging the water outlet on the BPD transfer block but I decided to run it back into the degas bottle to help with purging air from the system.

But when I first installed the GoGo intake I still had the OEM oil cooler and was using the supplied GoGo modified water outlet with a 3/8" hose returning the water from the oil cooler to the degas bottle. That was when I first had issues with ECT/EOT deltas, before the GoGo manifold I had a 5 degree delta and right after installing it the delta went up to 20 degrees. I was pretty sure the reduced water flow through the oil cooler had caused the increase in oil temps so I experimented with some tee's in the water return, running it into both of the small ports on the degas bottle which reduced the delta by 3 or 4 degrees. Also the return port on the degas bottle has a very small I.D. of about 3mm which I drilled out to 5mm.
I definitely agree with what Mitch did using the 3/4" hose to return the water

Not long after that I installed the BPD oil cooler and haven't looked back.

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