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Old 12-15-2012, 08:01 AM
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EGR Delete Suggestions

Looking for a few good ideas for a good EGR Delete kit. By good, I mean high quality and relative ease of installation. I like doing business with PTP so if its something they carry, then bonus...

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Old 12-15-2012, 08:49 AM
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PTP has their own kit that alot of people are using since it came out. Haven't heard any complaints of it and I think it's even a little cheaper than the rest and includes the intake elbow.
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They also carry the Flo-Pro kit w/ elbow which is what I'd use.

They're all the same difficulty to install so go ahead and plan on making a day of it.
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Old 12-15-2012, 09:03 AM
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+1 for the Flo-Pro. Fitment was great. Definitely takes some help and a whole day tho...


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They also carry the Flo-Pro kit w/ elbow which is what I'd use.

They're all the same difficulty to install so go ahead and plan on making a day of it.
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+1 for the Flo-Pro. Fitment was great. Definitely takes some help and a whole day tho...


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Flo Pro on my truck. Fitment was ok. I had to drill out one of the holes on the plates to make it fit. Flo pro had a run of plates that were slightly off. I emailed them and they said they would ship me a new plate, or I could just drill out the plate and they would send me some stickers and a shirt. I have a new shirt now.... They have since fixed the issue. I needed a longer IC boot to make the elbow and elite IC pipe fit better. The stocker was just a tad to short for comfort. I installed a PTP delete on a buddies truck and the quality was also good. I wouldnt be worried about buying either kit.
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Thanks for the info!
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I did the PTP kit. It fit well, just didn't come with any instructions


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Old 12-22-2012, 07:07 PM
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No instructions? How is that possible?
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:51 AM
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There is a write up with pics on this site that works well as a guide. Search egr install. I thought one of the worst parts was tryn to fish the horizontal cooler out after its loose.


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