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Old 07-22-2008, 03:12 PM
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hey guys, ive looked around but dont really understand what the purpose of the egr delete is? do you delete the egr valve and cooler? what are the advantages of doing so? what are the disadvantages to leaving it? who makes the best kit? and lastly, what does it cost on average to install it? thanks for the help, john
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The delete is to get rid of any problems the egr is prone to. There are a few ways, the best way is to remove the cooler and weld the up pipe shut and bypass the coolant. Another way is to use a sneaky plate (or whatever it called) which blocks the gasses from coming from the up pipe into the cooler. Not a full delete but easy and works decent I think. Also it looks stock if your under warranty.

Only kit I've seen is like 500 bucks and is like 15 bucks worth of steel. I'm doing mine now and I'm going to hack up the old cooler and weld each sides up. That way I can put one in incase something happens. Oh and bypass the coolant.

A full delete is the best, but if your wondering about money a sneaky plate might be up your alley.
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hey guys, ive looked around but dont really understand what the purpose of the egr delete is? do you delete the egr valve and cooler? what are the advantages of doing so? what are the disadvantages to leaving it? who makes the best kit? and lastly, what does it cost on average to install it? thanks for the help, john
Are you serious!? I'm sorry, but there are tons of threads on this site about this modification. Here are a few I found on the first page of the general and aftermarket 6.0 forums. One even with the EXACT same title as this one.

Cause of EGR failure?

EGR delete

Egr Bypass Pipes?
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The delete is to get rid of any problems the egr is prone to. There are a few ways, the best way is to remove the cooler and weld the up pipe shut and bypass the coolant. Another way is to use a sneaky plate (or whatever it called) which blocks the gasses from coming from the up pipe into the cooler. Not a full delete but easy and works decent I think. Also it looks stock if your under warranty.

Only kit I've seen is like 500 bucks and is like 15 bucks worth of steel. I'm doing mine now and I'm going to hack up the old cooler and weld each sides up. That way I can put one in incase something happens. Oh and bypass the coolant.

A full delete is the best, but if your wondering about money a sneaky plate might be up your alley.


will a sneaky pipe solve the egr problems and is it a diy project. im mechanically inclined but dont want to mess up my daily driver. thanks for the info.
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will a sneaky pipe solve the egr problems and is it a diy project. im mechanically inclined but dont want to mess up my daily driver. thanks for the info.

It should help the EGR issue, may solve it but that depends on your plans for the truck. I did a sneaky pipe in my driveway with hand tools. You just need to plan out the project and take your time. It's not too complicated, just get under there so you can get an idea what tools you need and where everything is that you need to remove.

Helpful hints: remove the passenger side wheel, passenger wheel well liner and down pipe. Get the longest extensions you have, even consider buying another set. Be ready to spend some quality time with your truck.
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im not doing any more performance mods only what is in my sig. i would be doing it so its as reliable as possible. does the intake manifold have to come off to do this?
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no the up pipe doesnt have anything to do with the manifold.
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And wouldn't a pro to a delete be carboned up intake manifold issues later down the road not being an issue? I've seen a lot of upper ends with 100k+ on gas cars and wow. Makes you wonder.
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And wouldn't a pro to a delete be carboned up intake manifold issues later down the road not being an issue? I've seen a lot of upper ends with 100k+ on gas cars and wow. Makes you wonder.
im not sure I understand what you are trying to say with this post..
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If your asking if carbon build up will be worse then no. It'll be virtually non existent with the exception of whats already been done.
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