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Old 07-14-2008, 05:35 PM
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i have heard of some people getting an egr delet plug where u remove your egr valve and install a slug as i have herd it called, if u know what i am talking about do u know where i can get one? please and thank you.
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i have heard of some people getting an egr delet plug where u remove your egr valve and install a slug as i have herd it called, if u know what i am talking about do u know where i can get one? please and thank you.
Here you go. Click the link and it should take you to the right page.
6.0L EGR Components
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Old 07-14-2008, 06:12 PM
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I've seen them listed on eBay
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Old 07-14-2008, 06:25 PM
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i have spent alot of time on elitedieseleng.com and like there block off plate combined with there egr off tune, but as of right know i don't have a place to tear the engine down to install the plate, i live in an apt. i have looked for the plugs on ebay but was unable to find them, what do they call them?
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i have spent alot of time on elitedieseleng.com and like there block off plate combined with there egr off tune, but as of right know i don't have a place to tear the engine down to install the plate, i live in an apt. i have looked for the plugs on ebay but was unable to find them, what do they call them?
Just EGR blockoff as far as I know. Is your truck stock?
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Old 07-14-2008, 06:33 PM
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EGR DELETE Plug or valve.
If you have an old EGR Valve you can tack weld it closed. That's what I did
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Old 07-14-2008, 06:42 PM
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as of right know it is. i first wanted to get an exhaust then an egr delete. i would like to have head studs put on it but don't know where i can have it done or how much it would cost. thats where i want to start before i buy a tuner. thanks i will try to look again.
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as of right know it is. i first wanted to get an exhaust then an egr delete. i would like to have head studs put on it but don't know where i can have it done or how much it would cost. thats where i want to start before i buy a tuner. thanks i will try to look again.
Just do the EGR block/delete when you do the studs. If you are stock, more than likely you won't have any problems unless you are towing something very heavy and have an extreme load on the engine.
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