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I'm a little confused on which egr delete to do. I dont really understand the differences in these two kits. Why do I want one over the other? What if anything else do I need? Thanks, here are the links. 03-07 6.0 L DIESEL FORD EGR COOLER DELETE KIT & GASKETS | eBay and 6.0L FORD F250-350 UNF DIESEL EGR VALVE DELETE KIT | eBay
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I'm a little confused on which egr delete to do. I dont really understand the differences in these two kits. Why do I want one over the other? What if anything else do I need? Thanks, here are the links. 03-07 6.0 L DIESEL FORD EGR COOLER DELETE KIT & GASKETS | eBay and 6.0L FORD F250-350 UNF DIESEL EGR VALVE DELETE KIT | eBay
The first link looks like a fancy blockoff and not a delete.

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Is that bad? What is the difference? EGR is still there and prone to fail? Does the other one look ok?
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The first link you have posted is plugs you put in both ends of your egr cooler, and you keep the egr cooler in place and coolant is still flowing thru the cooler, I think someone correct me if wrong. And the second link totally eliminates the egr cooler. I would go with the second one myself
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Is that bad? What is the difference? EGR is still there and prone to fail? Does the other one look ok?
If you're gonna do it, you want to completely eliminate the EGR cooler and put in a solid up pipe, not just block the exhaust flow from going into the cooler.

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2nd kit it is. Thanks for the info
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Oh yeah, what gaskets and other little stuff will I need?
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Intakes are reuseable. Those would be the only ones if you so choose.
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