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6.0L Performance Parts Discussion What has or has not worked for you?

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post #1 of 18 Old 02-11-2014, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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best 6.0 egr delete

Im new to the world of powerstrokes who make's the best egr delete kits
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Just about all of them do the job pretty good. Just stay away from the halfa$$ puck way and if you go with a J tube style one make sure the tube is welded to the aluminum cap. You can get nice kits for about $100. Sinister and all that's good but your paying for the name and the shinny blue paint.
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Sinister, BD diesel were the highest quality as far as its components go, JMO


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Which brands do you all run
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I know a few guys running this kit, seems pretty good quality, and none have had problems so far. and if/when they do it has a life time guarantee.
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Do I have to have it tuned to to the egr delete
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I went with the Sinister kit on my truck, it was more expensive but I read good things about all of their products so I went with them. The early 6.0's wont throw a CEL with an EGR delete but the later years will, so if you have a late model 6.0 you would need a tuner/scanner like SCT to turn off the CEL.


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So the 2006 model needs to be tuned when you do a egr delete on it
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I think a lot of it has to do with the strategy of the ECM. For whatever its worth, I have an 07 with a egr delete, I left the egr valve in and plugged in and don't have a CEL.
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From all that I have read, no one will argue the quality of the IPR egr delete kit. The only issue is that it will not work with a bullet proof diesel oil cooler set up.

I personally just welded my egr cooler.......looks stock and cheap!
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