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Old 10-05-2009, 06:24 PM
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Yes, i know ANOTHER EGR question.

i was looking around and found a uprgraded egr cooler made by bulletproof diesel and was wonderin should i even consider this? or should i just go ahead and shoot for the delete kit?
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full delete kit. im not going to get into the "upgraded" cooler argument again

nice truck btw, ive always like reg cab trucks in that color
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Old 10-06-2009, 08:01 PM
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thank you very much. i wasnt tryin to cause i argument. im just trying to figure out what im going to do
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I agree full delete.
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i wasnt saying it like that. there was another thread and it turned into an argument. no worries though.

the best thing you can do is delete the system. if you have warranty then maybe you can go that route. but in the end you are just spending money on another cooler that could fail
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Old 10-06-2009, 08:15 PM
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thank you very much. i wasnt tryin to cause i argument. im just trying to figure out what im going to do
Are the tire marks in the grass of that hill behind you by any chance yours?
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Old 10-06-2009, 08:19 PM
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no but that was the day i climed it. in reverse lol
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If you are in California a full delete would be foolish. In order to get registration in 2010, pre 07' diesel trucks are going to get smog checked for all proper emission equipment. Meaning all the trucks driving EGR delete, DPF deletes, No Cats and Mufflers will be going back to the shop to get them put back in to get certified and registered. The other states will be following, mark my words.... money, money, money. Laws are laws. If I wasn't under warranty I'm sure it would be hard for me not to delete it myself, but I know how california works. I'd have to get registered in another state. If you are in another state, not under warranty, I'd say delete it until they force you to get your smog equipment checked.

It's the same for all the gun laws here. California can be such a pain in the neck for everything these days.

Thats my .02.

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If you are in California a full delete would be foolish. In order to get registration in 2010, pre 07' diesel trucks are going to get smog checked for all proper emission equipment. Meaning all the trucks driving EGR delete, DPF deletes, No Cats and Mufflers will be going back to the shop to get them put back in to get certified and registered. The other states will be following, mark my words.... money, money, money. Laws are laws. If I wasn't under warranty I'm sure it would be hard for me not to delete it myself, but I know how california works. I'd have to get registered in another state. If you are in another state, not under warranty, I'd say delete it until they force you to get your smog equipment checked.
What are they going to do if you have a valve but no cooler?
And how in the world are they going to do inspections on every truck in California there must be a pile of diesels there....something will fail.
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