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Old 05-28-2009, 04:50 PM
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average cost for studs, egr delete

What are you guys paying total for delete and studding. Trying to get an idea so I can go and do it all at once instead of piecing it. I know it depends on the area of he country but I'm looking for a ball park.
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ARP headstuds from browns diesel $385 and depending on how far u want to go with an egr delete anywhere between $165 to $600+ b/c u can just do a sneaky pipe from elite diesel engineering for $165 or do a whole egr cooler delete from first coast diesel performance for $ 625 and they send u a whole new intake manifold. and now all u need to do is find someone to do the work. And u need head gaskets and all of that good stuff so u can add all of that in too. Welcome to Elite Diesel Engineering, and First Coast Diesel Performance
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Old 05-28-2009, 06:03 PM
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I have one quote waiting on another. The one I have I think is very high but so be it.
"H11's, Magna flux the heads and install MY egr cooler I welded up = $3250.00.
Mike Hickman found me a guy I talked to today which is sending me another quote, So we will see.

Hope that helps.
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Old 05-28-2009, 06:12 PM
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Buddy of mine just did his 04 6.0 at a local diesel performance shop.

EGR delete, ARP studs, all fluids changed and labor, heads were also milled to ensure flatness. Cost him about $3300 out the door including tax.
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not too bad all considering. I was thinking higher like 4k with parts an labor.
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Old 06-05-2009, 02:01 PM
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we charge 4100.00 with our full egr delete kit, arp studs and a new oil cooler, plus new gaskets etc, etc... Knock 500 off if you choose not to replace the oil cooler.
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Old 06-05-2009, 09:49 PM
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yea i was going to do it without replacing oil cooler but heck while its all apart and those are known for failing when another part does so I am gonna save a lil more to get the oil cooler
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I can make you a good deal on the whole setup... the studs, the delete, and the programmer to shut off the EGR system... all you have to do is talk to DP or Innovative for the tunes
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