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Old 02-21-2011, 01:33 PM
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EGR delete and Head Gaskets and studs!

I have the EGR delete kit ready to roll! I am getting ready to pull it ALL apart to do the head gaskets and studs also! I am getting a new oil cooler to go with all this! Is there anything else I should do while I am all open??? Where is the best place to get the ARP studs/gaskets? Trying to keep this project down as minimal as possible. THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR COMMENTS!!!
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What year is your truck? Updated turbo drain? STC upgrade?
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hpop screen, dummy plugs, turbo drain pipe, STC fitting (if 05+)
, fuel pressure regulator upgrade, 6.4 banjo bolts

Im probably forgetting a few things
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id buy a whole kit from mkm/sinster. then you have every gasket,nut bolt ect...

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Dont mean to get off topic but is the 6.4 banjo bolts really worth doing?
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solid < $20 piece of mind
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hpop screen, dummy plugs, turbo drain pipe, STC fitting (if 05+)
, fuel pressure regulator upgrade, 6.4 banjo bolts

Im probably forgetting a few things
Is the hpop screen in the hpop, or is it the screen under the oil cooler?
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Old 02-21-2011, 09:26 PM
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id buy a whole kit from mkm/sinster. then you have every gasket,nut bolt ect...

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Only problem is you don't get any of the updated parts that need to be replaced while your in there. You can save a little too by buying the parts seperate at different vendors and website.
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Is the hpop screen in the hpop, or is it the screen under the oil cooler?
screen under the cooler, the updated one has a metal mesh screen instead of the paper the ones from the factory uses
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screen under the cooler, the updated one has a metal mesh screen instead of the paper the ones from the factory uses
Thanks, thats what I thought. The new oil cooler kit has it in there.
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