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EGR delete

So I just bought a 2003 f250 kingranch 6.0 I live in Boulder co and I was wondering if I do the EGR delete I will fail emissions? If so is there anything I can do to go around it?
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If they actually visually inspect it, yes you will fail. With that said, I had an 06 with full egr delete and CAT delete and it passed.

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douglas county diesel (castle rock, colorado) told me it will pass with better scores if you have an egr delete (<just relaying) but i have a sinister egr delete and a CAT still i pass but i do leave my egr valve in (i was told to do this) it will also keep the check engine light from coming on and if they do a quick check
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No one fails for check engine lights anymore



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No one fails for check engine lights anymore
As of when?
For Gassers - yes that's true.
But As of last year - this is 'not true' for diesels. Ask me how I know



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