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Old 04-26-2011, 05:14 AM
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Egr cycle On or Off?

Right now I'm running with the egr turned off as I was told that was best to do. I see where alot of people leave it turned on, so what truely is best for a stock truck? Not looking to delete just yet as it is still under warrenty.
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Right now I'm running with the egr turned off as I was told that was best to do. I see where alot of people leave it turned on, so what truely is best for a stock truck? Not looking to delete just yet as it is still under warrenty.
My 2 cents,
We put Air filters to keep dirt out of the intake and prolong engine lift.

EGR allow soot and exahust into the intake system...... works ok for gas engines....... For Diesels? You decide
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I have a Kem tune that will cycle the EGR at idle.
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My 2 cents,
We put Air filters to keep dirt out of the intake and prolong engine lift.

EGR allow soot and exahust into the intake system...... works ok for gas engines....... For Diesels? You decide
I'm with you, I've done many egr deletes on 6.0s and lbz duramaxs which is enough to see how harmfull they really are
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