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Old 12-04-2012, 05:29 AM
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Delete EGR OR Wait???

I will be getting all my 6.7 Delete goodies today. But I have been told to wait on the EGR Delete. Some have said to wait for 80-90k miles before installing.

Has anybody else Deleted their truck except the EGR? Pros/Cons?
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i would just delete it, both the 6.0 and 6.4 had problems its only a matter of time before we find that this truck has problems with it as well
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my egr pipes were already FULL of SOOT at 2500miles. I don't see how the hell these motors live while ingesting that ****.
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I will be getting all my 6.7 Delete goodies today. But I have been told to wait on the EGR Delete. Some have said to wait for 80-90k miles before installing.

Has anybody else Deleted their truck except the EGR? Pros/Cons?
Out of curiosity - do you live in an emissions testing state?

If so would deleting require you to put everything back on to pass?
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I will be getting all my 6.7 Delete goodies today. But I have been told to wait on the EGR Delete. Some have said to wait for 80-90k miles before installing.

Has anybody else Deleted their truck except the EGR? Pros/Cons?
The reason people tell you to wait is because it voids your warranty. However, if you have a mod-friendly dealer or are willing to pay out of pocket for future warranty work, then I'd say go ahead with it.


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The reason people tell you to wait is because it voids your warranty. However, if you have a mod-friendly dealer or are willing to pay out of pocket for future warranty work, then I'd say go ahead with it.


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So Deleting the EGR Voids Warranty, But The Tune & Exhuast Dont?
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everything voids warranties depending on how picky your dealership is. Of course you may have or may not ever have problems. If anything Tune and DPF delete and if something major does happen pull it off if they are picky.
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On the flip side, doing the tune, dpf delete and egr removal really lower the chances of trouble IMO.
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Why not just do block off plates til out of warranty and then do the full delete? That way everything is still reversible if need be.


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Why not just do block off plates til out of warranty and then do the full delete? That way everything is still reversible if need be.
^ what he said...
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