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EGR AND IC PIPE

Alright im starting to get paranoid with the EGR and cooler...I dont have problems with it but I dont want problems either. I'm fixin to buy the EGR delete with the intake elbow from dirty diesel more than likely. What is the advantage to get the cold pipe with it? Is it worth it?

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if you look at your cold pipe, as it passes the radiator support it becomes very crimped. the aftermarket cold side pipe is 3" all the way through for smooth flow and less turbulence

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i noticed that when i put my boost gauge on. Does the pipe just slip out or is it hard to remove?
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easy to remove and you have to do a little grinding on the radiator support to accomodate the new pipe. very easy.

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so u dont have to remove anything to take it off or put it on?
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