EGR delete raises EGT temps? Pretty sure it's just the opposite.
I was just talking with some poeple about this in another thread and MANY people agreed that it raised them a bit... I will try to find that thread and post (hopefully I can find it)
I am not trying to mislead anyone but I personally have noticed it and another local guy did too.
Here comes a dumb explanantion until I find the smart poeples answer in the other thread
EGR cooler intact= exhuast flow comes out of engine and roughly 20% gets routed through the egr cooler back into the intake, so only 80% of the "total exhuast gases" exit though the pipe... pretty simple
EGR Delete installed= All 100% of the "total exhuast gases" exits through the exhuast pipe thus having MORE hot air in there equaling more heat...
ALSO, due to that 20% old gases NOT coming into the intake the engine takes/uses ALL 100% CLEAN fresh air... That clean air has a more effecient/ hotter burn creating more HP (which is a benefit) but since you have more fresh air creating a hotter more powerful burn you ALSO get hotter EGT temps resulting from that
Actually, the above kinda does make sense now
I don't feel like going back and looking for that thread unless someone still does not believe me and wants me to PROVE that the above statement is correct