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Old 12-30-2012, 09:03 PM
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Difference in EGR Delete Kits??

SO I am pondering which EGR delete kit to buy (i.e. Sinister vs. H&S vs. other) and was looking for some feedback. I have a minimax on the way and know what I want for everything except this?!?! WHy does the sinister kit come with a coolant hose but H&S doesn't. Is one better than another?? Thanks for any input!!
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The sinister kit has the hose so that coolant can keep flowing rather than just blocking it.

New coolant hose instead of plugs
Keeps coolant flowing like it would with the EGR system installed
No worries about coolant plugs blowing out
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The sinister kit has the hose so that coolant can keep flowing rather than just blocking it.

New coolant hose instead of plugs
Keeps coolant flowing like it would with the EGR system installed
No worries about coolant plugs blowing out
Thanks for the input and reply. Im totally not trying to be a smarta$$ but I read that info on the product's website. is blowing cooland plugs a common issue?? I would think it would be easier to blow a hose off than a steel blocking plate.!?!?! Also a hose means eventually it will need to get replaced. Which kit is more commonly used by forum members??
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I wpuld get a H&s if you can still get them, i ordered two and they cancel on me .
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Thanks for the input and reply. Im totally not trying to be a smarta$$ but I read that info on the product's website. is blowing cooland plugs a common issue?? I would think it would be easier to blow a hose off than a steel blocking plate.!?!?! Also a hose means eventually it will need to get replaced. Which kit is more commonly used by forum members??
The hose on the Sinister Diesel EGR kit supplies a hose that connects from the top of the radiator to the lower passenger side of the radiator. The H&S kit provides plastic caps that cap odd the OEM hoses that you disconnect from the EGR cooler. I've heard the caps either break or blow off. I'm not saying they all do, but its been mentioned before.
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Re: Difference in EGR Delete Kits??

Does anyone know what the thread is on the stock egt sensors?

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