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Old 11-19-2012, 05:45 PM
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There are economical ways of owning the 6.0 responsibly, with that said, you can spend untold thousands, as suggested, and you can do what many others do, reasearch the known issues, get a monitor, and go from there. That is what I am in the process of doing, I cannot personally spend 20% of the actual purchase on high dollar modifications. Just a few different ways of approaching the known issues of the 6.0. It takes a bit of reading to grasp the 6.0 issues, before you make your decision. The egr cooler has to be deleted/or plugged, to delete the egr.

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So if I'm reading the last post right, if I delete the EGR valve, then I don't need the EGR cooler upgrade? Just the oil cooler.

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There are economical ways of owning the 6.0 responsibly, with that said, you can spend untold thousands, as suggested, and you can do what many others do, reasearch the known issues, get a monitor, and go from there. That is what I am in the process of doing, I cannot personally spend 20% of the actual purchase on high dollar modifications. Just a few different ways of approaching the known issues of the 6.0. It takes a bit of reading to grasp the 6.0 issues, before you make your decision. The egr cooler has to be deleted/or plugged, to delete the egr.

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I can tell you were every one of the untold thousands have gone
And ya Im way over 20%....
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So if I'm reading the last post right, if I delete the EGR valve, then I don't need the EGR cooler upgrade? Just the oil cooler.

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There's an EGR valve and an EGR cooler. Deleting the valve won't help the cooler.....that component still needs to be addressed.
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When you do an EGR delete, it's referring to the cooler.
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So if I'm reading the last post right, if I delete the EGR valve, then I don't need the EGR cooler upgrade? Just the oil cooler.

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If you want to keep your egr, for inspection purposes, you need to get an upgraded egr cooler. If you don't want an egr for inspection purposes, get an egr delete kit. And yes, either way, replace the oil cooler.

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