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Good EGR Delete Kit

What do you guys think about his EGR delete?

EGR Delete Kit | Ford 6.0 Liter EGR Delete

Anyone on here using it? How has it held up for you?
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It looks good to me and if it's completely made of stainless steel it should last a long time.

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I guess my main question is what makes the XDP and Sinister kits cost $250. If they're all stainless steel what differences is there between the kits? I don't want to buy a cheap kit and end up kicking myself in the a** when it fails.


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I gave $135 for my Dicad Solutions kit and it's has been working fine.


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I guess my main question is what makes the XDP and Sinister kits cost $250. If they're all stainless steel what differences is there between the kits? I don't want to buy a cheap kit and end up kicking myself in the a** when it fails.


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The difference is it says sinister diesel on it

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I've installed sinister and the only diff. I see is the delete tube on the sinister is 1 piece instead of 2
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The difference is it says sinister diesel on it
I kinda figured that.


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i have the sinister egr kit and its really nice you cant see it anyways lol, my buddy has a cheaper kit that seemed to be good so it is what it is.

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I bought the IPR one. It was more than some of the other ones but I wanted a 1 piece kit and I also wanted to use the factory hose clamp instead of the worm gear clamps. I haven't used or held another brand for that matter so I can't compare it to anything else. All in all, I'd buy it again.

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