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Old 11-11-2012, 09:13 AM
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Alright guys stuff is getting scary!!!!

Alright have exhaust, egr delete and heavymods

Ok h&s 275 hp tune

And sinister coolant filteration system

My degas bottle keep going down where im adding half a gallon of coolant a day

There is no white smoke no leaks and no puking

Can it be the filteration system (no leaks neither)or bad headgasket!!!!
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Old 11-11-2012, 09:39 AM
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Alright guys stuff is getting scary!!!!

Alright have exhaust, egr delete and heavymods

Ok h&s 275 hp tune

And sinister coolant filteration system

My degas bottle keep going down where im adding half a gallon of coolant a day

There is no white smoke no leaks and no puking

Can it be the filteration system (no leaks neither)or bad headgasket!!!!
How many days have you been doing this for? After I installed my coolant filter I ended up adding about 3 litres or so over the course of a couple days to bring it up to a point where it stayed level.
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:13 AM
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:59 AM
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You have a leak some where, you just haven't found it yet. It would either be leaking around any of the hoses, radiator seams, or internal gasket leak.

I would check on the drivers side of the radiator seam, and look at the upper and lower radiator hoses. The hoses have o-rings in them that are prone to drying out and causing small leaks, also the radiators have had an issue of separating at the seams and leaking as well. Regardless you have a leak some where but those are the most common areas.
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If you introduced a big ol sip of air into the system while installing, it could take a while to burp it all out without a pressured machine... I bet you're replacing air with coolant, and you're okay otherwise..
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