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Old 01-30-2010, 02:41 PM
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Info on the BG Diesel Induction Service

http://www.bgmiddleeast.com/pdf/Approvals.pdf

Scroll down and read pages 27-31.

I know there is a 25 page thread on this already.

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Old 01-30-2010, 03:40 PM
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Awesome
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Old 01-30-2010, 04:32 PM
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Nice set up but if you delete the EGR and cooler then it probably is not needed.
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It will sure help clean up your intake even if they are gone
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I think I'm going to call the 4 major Ford dealerships in the Baton Rouge area and see if anyone offers it, better yet, to see if any of the service managers or techs even know about it.

You gotta love it when they don't have a clue about certain things.
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:40 AM
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check here:

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Great service but the amount of smoke they blow off is huge.We did one and the fire dept showed up.We now have 150 foot of hose to keep it away from the building.
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Great service but the amount of smoke they blow off is huge.We did one and the fire dept showed up.We now have 150 foot of hose to keep it away from the building.
Awesome! I am a full time paid professional firefighter!
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is the BG service okay to use on the 7.3L?
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Nice set up but if you delete the EGR and cooler then it probably is not needed.
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It will sure help clean up your intake even if they are gone
Absolutely!!! When I was replacing a failed injector, I deleted the EGR cooler, while I had the intake manifold off, I took it with me to the shop and ran it through a parts cleaner (no pressure just a flow through and soak cleaner) for about 5 hours and while it did clean up a lot of the soot build-up, it didn;t take out as much as I expected. I would absolutely do this deleted or not.


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is the BG service okay to use on the 7.3L?
Should be fine, it is just a carbon cleaning process.
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