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Old 10-16-2013, 06:54 PM
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EGR Delete with BPD oil cooler

I have an 05 Ex. I would like to do an EGR delete. I also want to do the BPD oil cooler but don't have the cash right now for it. I have heard that there are only a few deletes that will work with the cooler. Does anyone know which ones? Would also like some input on which deletes you guys are running and how they worked for you. Thanks.


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You have it backwards. ....ANY egr delete will work with it EXCEPT the ipr gen II delete.
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This is what you can do on an OEM configuration, buy a 1/2" NPT tap, 1/2" NPT pipe plug, 5/8" steel "T", 1' of 5/8" coolant hose and a up pipe block off plate. Then tap the front cover, plug it, then return the coolant from the oil cooler to the "T" into the heater core return. Then all you have to do is take the 1/4" cooling hose from the intake out and "T" it into the 1/4" radiator return line and cap the other nipple on the degas bottle with the open end. Less than $50 and your in business. For a BPD configuration you can remove the brass coolant fitting and simply install a 1/2" NPT pipe plug instead of routing the coolant to the heater core return. You could also run IPR's high flow coolant filter in lieu of blocking or rerouting the coolant.

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You have it backwards. ....ANY egr delete will work with it EXCEPT the ipr gen II delete.
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