Originally Posted by sanman28
I too did the pro flo kit in my garage. It is not a complicated install......but it is VERY cramped in there. So prepare yourself to cut some hands and knuckles. I had fitment problems with all three block plates. I had to enlarge the holes in my exhaust flange b/c the block plate was a little tight, and its the threaded part. Screws would not line up. My coolant plug holes had to be enlarged too b/c the srews holding them them wouldnt hit the hole straight and they have to. Pain in the azz to do them too. No room to turn a ratchet.
I guess they've change the kit a little then. I did it earlier today ( 9/17/2011 ) and didn't have any fitment issues. I thought the instructions lacked a little, they had a few spelling and punctuation errors which "could" lead to confusion (and if I'm catching that then something’s wrong because I am no English major). I also thought the instructions put some of the steps out of logical order (like they had you remove a hose , then do four more steps then go back and plug the hole you removed the hose from four steps ago, things like that happened several times). And lastly the instructions said to cut a bunch of stuff, don't know why, it all unbolts fine. I did the delete without cutting a damn thing so if I ever need to put it back to stock, I can. Overall I like the Pro-Flow kit. And if you were to follow the instructions, step by step, you would get the job done, I just think they could be better (a lot better actually). Overall I'll give the Pro-Flow EGR delete kit a 9 out of 10 and PTP a 10 out of 10.