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post #1 of 4 Old 10-07-2013, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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EGR Delete Kits

Started looking for a new EGR delete for the new excursion. I have an RCD one on my f-250 now. I found several kits on ebay for around $150 that look identical to my current kit. Anyone used these and is the quality OK?
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anyone? What kit is everyone using now?
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I like the RCD kit it's a nice kit but imo IPR makes the nicest erg delete kit, not sure about the egr kits on ebay. Sinister,xdp all make quality kits

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Stick with a quality made kit like IPR or sinister and for gosh sakes dont buy it on ebay. If you buy from a dealer it will be about the same price and they will back it up if it fails plus you know you are getting something of quality. Last thing you want to do is stinge on your motor. BLUF: spend the extra $20
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