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post #1 of 65 Old 07-08-2012, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Egr delete=my body is killing me

So I have read and the estimated time for a newbie should be 10 to 14 hours or egr delete and new oil cooler. No clue how that time is calculated. Here was my list of things to do.

Egr delete, oil cooler,update oil drain, blue spring upgrades, banjo bolts, painting intake elbow, polishing ic tubes

Not including my week strait of coolant flushing I spent 30 minutes wed pulling off intake and ic pipes as well as degas bottle. I spent 15 minutes thurs pulling turbo. I spent 7 hours saturday and 8 hours today and I still have to sit turbo back in, bolt on alternator, bolt on oil and fuel housing and connect lines, ic tube, and intake. That hard part is over and I had a hell of a time with the up pipe and y pipe yesterday. Major setback. Couldn't get the oil cooler out but finally broke her loose. I'm going to upload a pic of how dirty it was. You will not believe it. I'm not a mechanic but I'm very knowledgeable of tools. I did this with the fan, radiator, shroud in place. My back and knees are killing me lol. My hats off to anyone who does this for a living!!!

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And I might ad I did all of this with just my two hands. LOL shoot me someone

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haha suck it up
I second that! Congrads ya got it done!.

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I get it but in a few days your going to be glad you did it yourself
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Anyone know how I can upload pics from my phone. I know how to with photobucket but I'm not near a computer just have my iPhone. Yall have to see my oil cooler lol. Im also going to be cutting in half with the concrete saw a work this week

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Build or buy a top side creeper. Saves your ribs big time.

2005 - 6.0 PSD - 5r110 - F 250 - Lariat - CCSB - Harley Head Lights- Homemade Steps - American Racing 18x10s - Homemade 4" Exhaust - Sinister Coolant Filter - Sinister EGR Delete - ELC Coolant - SCT W/ID Tunes - STC update - Fuel Spring Update - Edge Insight CTS W/Pyro - Glow Shift Fuel Pressure Gauge - 6.4 Banjo Bolts - Updated Turbo Drain/Feed Lines - MTW Stage 1 - Warren 155 W/Stock Nozzle - ARP Studs - S& B Intake - GOGO Direct Drive Solenoid
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And I might ad I did all of this with just my two hands. LOL shoot me someone
No wonder you're hurting. The rest of us use tools.


I just had to say it. Congrats on getting it done. Your ribs will get over it and not cost you any $$$. A topside creeper is a great addition.
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