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Old 07-25-2008, 04:58 PM
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EGR problems with studs

Will a studded 6.0 have the same risk of having egr problems than a non studded 6.0?
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I'm not an expert (by any means) but I wouldn't see why studs vs. no studs would change ANYTHING with the egr system. You would still run the same risk of having problems.
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Old 07-25-2008, 05:19 PM
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yessssssss
Crapppppppp
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Old 07-25-2008, 05:24 PM
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Okay here's my next question. Will a "sneaky pipe" reduce the risk of EGR problems? or would it eliminate all of the EGR problems?
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Should REDUCE the chance of problems,
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Sneaky pipe will only reduce the risk. Plenty of people who are studded with sneaky up pipes are still having egr problems and puking.
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only way to eliminate egr problems is to eliminate egr system.
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only way to eliminate egr problems is to eliminate egr system.
Damn 6.0's
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Damn 6.0's
I think the EGR is more the EPA's fault then IH/Ford.
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