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Old 06-12-2012, 05:01 PM
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Best Egr Delete?

Ok yall, who do you guys think has the best egr delete kit which totally removes the coolers. And what is the consensus on getting a wastegate? Id like to add one. I know WOP has the entire kit but ive got no problem doing some fab and welding if i can save some $$$.
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Old 06-12-2012, 06:11 PM
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you dont need a wastegate unless you plan on doing some serious power. Go to performance truck products and look at there kit or flo-pro's kit
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Old 06-13-2012, 05:42 AM
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I wouldnt worry about the wastegate. I recommend flo pro's egr delete.
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Save your money on the wastegate. I have a flo pro and love it. Its a nice kit. PTP has there new kit and it looks good. There is also dirty diesel customs kit which is nice.
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For the newbie in the room, what is the major benefit of running an EGR delete?

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Old 06-13-2012, 07:45 AM
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By deleting the EGR coolers/EGR you get rid of the risk of an EGR failing and leaving you on the side of the road. Also when the coolers go bad there are some horror stories of hydrolocked motors.
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Old 06-13-2012, 03:03 PM
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Thank you, i'm looking at the sinister EGR delete and intake elbow. Looks like its next to order =)
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I love sinister products but your paying more for the fancy look I just got ptp kit it was the cheapest and I'm more then happy
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Thanks guys, Im gonna buy the flo pro kit here in a couple days. Its the best deal and comes with the intake elbow. Im gonna make my own cac pipe to go with. I cant justify paying $150 for a piece of pipe. That is unless i get lazy.
Btw: I plan on flushing the coolant at that when doing the delete and want to run the cat or delo extended life coolant (red). any problems with that?
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Thanks guys, Im gonna buy the flo pro kit here in a couple days. Its the best deal and comes with the intake elbow. Im gonna make my own cac pipe to go with. I cant justify paying $150 for a piece of pipe. That is unless i get lazy.
Btw: I plan on flushing the coolant at that when doing the delete and want to run the cat or delo extended life coolant (red). any problems with that?
No problem with it. Just flush really well & do the last few flushes with distilled water to get all the tap water out. Also make sure the coolant is ec-1 rated which you probably already know.
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