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Just look to is what yall think is the better of all the after market EGR coolers out there. It will be going on a 05. Thank for the help and info.
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I'd like to see a cross section of the bpd vs oem coolers.
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Then go to bulletproofs website and take a look.
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I did that, couldn't find a cutaway of the actual coolers. Just drawings and a picture looking in the end of it.
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Re-read my above post. I couldn't find a cutaway, I found an illustration, and a photo taken of the easily visible parts. I want to see the inside. I see the bdp coolers are tubular and straight through (via the illustration) but I'd still like to see a cutaway of factory vs bdp.

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LOL, snarky?
I gotchya now. It pretty much is what you see in those two pics from end to end. The tubes run for one end to the other and the coolant stream surrounds them. Then the coolant exits through that little nub that connects to the intake.
I guess I don't see the need to "peek inside", it is what it is. Inquiring minds perhaps?
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