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post #1 of 10 Old 06-27-2013, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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Pulled the trigger

Well, I guess I just cant leave well enough alone. I pulled the trigger and ordered all my parts for Delete. Using a mini max.
The question I have is about the EGR. What is the benefit / Pro's & Cons of getting block off plates, or just unhooking the wires?
Parts should be in next week, then I'll just need to get a free day to install.

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Just leaving it in place is best.
Very little benefit other than space and looks.
Fairly big job to take off and put in if you need warranty work.
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I would just do the blocker plates, that way you can have the EGT probe to get pre-turbo temps. Its a task to take out the whole cooler, I will wait for that a while down the road, only 700 miles on mine so far.

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Took less than 2 hours to remove egr. Less crap to break or leak now.

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Ok, got everything on. Got a question or 2.
If I set pyro to H&S, do I need to do anything else with pyro settings?
What exactly is defuel? And if I set pyro to h&s, does that override defuel or is it something to set myself?
If I don't have blocker plates and probe, I still have no way to watch egt's?

Thanks in advance for your answers!

Edit: by the way, this thing is like a different truck! I'm gonna have to learn to keep my foot out of it!

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As far as my EGR goes i am using the blocker plates and unplugging from the cooler. Doesn't hurt anything to leave it there and ALOT less headache than removing it.

CrazyFrog i too got my stuff in just like your setup. Anxious to see how it does

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Crazyfrog, did you ever get an answer to your questions about the DPF cleaning override? What else did you have to do to enable it to do that?

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Crazyfrog, did you ever get an answer to your questions about the DPF cleaning override? What else did you have to do to enable it to do that?

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I'm not sure I know what your question is.
The DPF is no longer there, and the tuner is set to understand that.

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That answered it perfectly. Did your fuel MPG change? How difficult was it to delete the DPF?

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My overall average went up about 1.5 mpg, due to not regenerating. Its not hard to do, but heavy and awkward. Have a friend help that is mechanically inclined.

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