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Old 08-12-2014, 12:28 PM
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How to add EGT to EGR Delete wth MiniMaxx?

Lots of EGR threads going at the moment but I still can't find what I'm looking for. I have ordered a MiniMaxx and No Limit EGR delete. I have the vague understanding that the MiniMaxx can use a stock EGT sensor (removed from the DPF?). What I'm looking for is a little more information as to HOW. Near as I can tell, I need to purchase the H&S PCH board (P/N 709403) which acts as the interface between the EGT sensor and the MiniMaxx. Is that the case? I don't need their Universal Pyro kit (P/N 709401) since I can just scavange a sensor from the DPF right?

If I go that route, I imagine I'd have to cut the connector off one of the DPF sensors. I'd kind of like to keep my DPF plug & play ready in case I need to put it back on in the future. In which case, I'm wondering if I shouldn't just order the universal pyro kit instead. Will the H&S pyrometer fit in the No Limit blocking plate?
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use sensor from DPF and install into plate on manifold. Then plug it into where the sensor that was in the egr piping and youre done.

Not full delete so you can see both the new sensor in the middle and old sensor just below it where you unplug and plug in the dpf egr sensor

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dont forget to spray them bolt with WD40 and leave over nite, mine were a nightmare to screw them out.
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Thanks for the tips and especially the picture!
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Cannot stress enough to prep those bolts to pull, soak em in something to make sure they don't break.

I did mine at 30k and they were close to not coming out. I imagine it would be a nightmare to drill those out.
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Thanks for the tips and especially the picture!
Plug and play brutha. No extra anything needed. As said use the sensor from the dpf.
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Cannot stress enough to prep those bolts to pull, soak em in something to make sure they don't break.

I did mine at 30k and they were close to not coming out. I imagine it would be a nightmare to drill those out.
Specifically which bolts? The ones holding the short and long EGT pipes to the cooler?
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The ones down on the bottom of the pipe.

IN the pic above it's where the plate with probe is installed, right now you have a pipe attached there.
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