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Old 04-19-2013, 02:58 PM
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EGR Plates / Pyro (W/Photos)

Ok so to start this thread off, this is a very simple install. Dont make it into more than what it is. If you can turn a wrench you can easily do this just dont rush through it!
1) Start off by removing the bolts outta the large down tube
2) Install W/ Factory gaskets the two plates, The plate with the pyro goes on the bottom block off.
3) Unhook The factory pyro but leave it screwed in on tube #2 (Remember this is the short one). Unhook the Harness and hook in a pyro from your dpf.
4) Tighten everything up and fire truck up
5) Program h&s mini to factory pyro 1. Set defuels for 1250 or your preferability.

(The third picture is tools needed! I had everything but i went an bought the biggest extension i could find, made things alot easier also the bit that moves in any direction)
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:34 AM
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Thanks for this post, I will be doing the sane shortly! Not to derail your post but have you tried the CAI with the plastic cover off yet? Seems to be a little better all around. Just curious.

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Old 04-22-2013, 01:12 PM
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Thanks for this post, I will be doing the sane shortly! Not to derail your post but have you tried the CAI with the plastic cover off yet? Seems to be a little better all around. Just curious.

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No worries it was just bothering me how many post there were about this egr delete lol its very simple. No i havnt actually i've been curious to see how it is also i just havnt unscrewed it yet. I just cant see how it would be, considering S&B's research and development of the cai, that plastic cover is on there for a reason otherwise they wouldnt of added it, ya know? but im def interested in seeing if it is.
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Singlecabstroker,

I bought an egr delete kit. I don't want to do the whole delete as of yet (in case I need to return to stock) can I just use the two block of plates and do this same thing? Is the delete parts the same as the block off plates? In terms of the two pieces needed?
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:06 PM
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Singlecabstroker,

I bought an egr delete kit. I don't want to do the whole delete as of yet (in case I need to return to stock) can I just use the two block of plates and do this same thing? Is the delete parts the same as the block off plates? In terms of the two pieces needed?
Yes everything is the same. My kit was made by H&S. I didnt do the whole delete either, it was just more of lazyness factor lol. either way it doesnt matter, if you do a whole delete or block plates its the same thing. Yes, block off plates are the delete parts.... so you answered your own question The plates are for monitoring egt at pyro 1 and deleting the egr. Like the post says bud dont make it more difficult than what it is haha. if you have anymore questions im more than willing to help ya though!
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:58 PM
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Yes everything is the same. My kit was made by H&S. I didnt do the whole delete either, it was just more of lazyness factor lol. either way it doesnt matter, if you do a whole delete or block plates its the same thing. Yes, block off plates are the delete parts.... so you answered your own question The plates are for monitoring egt at pyro 1 and deleting the egr. Like the post says bud dont make it more difficult than what it is haha. if you have anymore questions im more than willing to help ya though!
Haha... Thanks!

I looked at your pics and just did this in my garage like 5 mins ago. I bought the H&S delete, but just did the EGR block instead for now. Too lazy... Ha..
Thanks for your pics, they helped make it easier!

Also, I did the full DPF/DEF delete, EGR block off plates, and unplugged the EGR (both plugs). Anything else I need to do?

I saw on the FAQ that someone asked since they were doing a DPF delete, did they need to remove the pressure sensor on the tranny. H&S said yes. However, didnt give a specific vehicle. Does that pertain to us?
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Old 04-24-2013, 06:35 AM
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Pressure sensor on the tranny def doesnt pertain to us unless im missing something. You can always call and double check with H&S they have great customer service and can answer your question to the best of their abilities!
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This may be a silly question, but are you guys passing smog after this?
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This may be a silly question, but are you guys passing smog after this?
I seriously doubt it
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This may be a silly question, but are you guys passing smog after this?
hahahahahahaha yeah i live in california..... if i wanna pass smog, i just gotta go to the ghetto an find a currupt smogger.
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