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RCD EGR Delete Kit - Help

Just purchased the RCD EGR Delete Kit is there anything else I need to purchase before,opening my engine up?

I have read many of articles where people mention things like turbo mounting brackets, rings, etc. Do I need any of these things?

My truck is my baby and daily driver. When I down here on friday she has to be up and purring by monday morning.

Thanks Guys for all the great advice.

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Just purchased the RCD EGR Delete Kit is there anything else I need to purchase before,opening my engine up?

I have read many of articles where people mention things like turbo mounting brackets, rings, etc. Do I need any of these things?

My truck is my baby and daily driver. When I down here on friday she has to be up and purring by monday morning.

Thanks Guys for all the great advice.
I would get a new turbo install kit which includes new o-rings for the drain tube and gasket for oil supply line. It's $10 from Ford. There is also an updated oil supply line that is all steel line instead of having the flex section that comes on it stock.

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replace the oil cooler and switch to an elc coolant while your at it. also since you'll have the top of the motor ripped apart anyway you can go ahead and update the stc fitting.
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Thanks Guys....

I have plans to replace the whole list of 6.0 trouble areas and only wanted to go in once while she was ripped apart..... BUT life happened, so now I will be forced to open her up more than once....

It's okay though...... I would rather lean against my F250 on the side of the road then drive a Toyota.

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