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Old 12-19-2011, 03:04 PM
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EGR Delete kit off Ebay...

I am in need of a EGR Delete Kit for my 05 6.0, but not sure which one to buy.

I found a kit on Ebay made by "Custom Diesel Manufacturing" out of Tennessee for $128.25 + shipping. Says there have been 100 sold, and it looks like it comes with everything the Sinister Diesel kit has, and it has a lifetime warranty.

Here's the link Ford EGR Delete Kit, 6.0 Powerstroke F250, F350, F450 (794504110203) | eBay

Has anyone heard of this or bought it? Should I just spend the extra 170 bucks and get the Sinister kit?
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Old 12-19-2011, 03:13 PM
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I just bought one off of Ebay also, paid $250 for it!! They are all pretty much the same as far as I can tell, some are just cosmetically nicer than others. Little Power Shoppe has a good deal on Ebay for the EGR delete and Oil cooler together. From what I'm hearing on here you should do the oil cooler as well while your into it. The oil cooler failure is the reason the EGR cooler goes bad.
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Hmm, not really crazy about the 2 piece coolant return line. I've used a lot of custom diesels EGR deletes like this......

Complete EGR Delete Kit | Ford EGR Delete | 6.0 EGR Delete Kits | Custom Diesel

I've probably installed about 50 of these and only had an issue with one. The holes were drilled wrong on the coolant bypass fitting. They were quick to send me a replacement one so I can't complain.

Really all these kits are about the same. I would spend a little bit more though and get one like in the link I showed you. But I wouldn't spend more then $150 on one.
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THIS is the one I will be using and also recomend.
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Looks the same as the custom diesel one. Do yourself a favor, use theirs and save $50 bucks.
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that 2 piece design scares the $hit out of me. i dont know about you but i would never put that on my truck. id spend the extra money on the rcd one or a sinister
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Old 12-21-2011, 12:05 AM
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that 2 piece design scares the $hit out of me. i dont know about you but i would never put that on my truck. id spend the extra money on the rcd one or a sinister
what part are you talking about? they all look the same to me expect for the sinister kit but it's twice as much hmmm.
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I've installed the $150 kits too. No issues at all with them. Everything has fit perfect.
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Old 12-21-2011, 12:12 AM
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i'm liking the rcd kit at least i've heard of that company before. i want to do the oil cooler as well since i'll be in there. should i also be doing studs? i don't really tow too much mostly just a fishing boat that prolly weighs 4-5k lbs.
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The $150 kits are the same thing as the rcd kit only cost less. That's what I would go with. As far as the oil cooler goes have you checked your delta's to see what it is? If it's going south it's not a bad idea to go ahead and change it. But if they're pretty close I wouldn't change it just for the sake of having a new one. Personally I wouldn't do studs unless you have a head gasket problem. There are a ton of people on here (including myself) that are tuned without studs.
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