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I simply have the block off plates. I am convinced that there is no need for a full delete. In a full delete, the coolant is still present in the block. In the block off the coolant still flows but it is separated from the exhaust and intake by the block off plates. Even if the cooler cracked and filled with coolant, it would not be able to reach the intake nor exhaust. I have yet to see the need for a full delete. Hope that helps.
2008 F-250 XLT CC 6.4L 2WD
H&S XRT Pro, Flo Pro DPF/DOC Delete,
EGR Block-Off Plates,
aFe OE PDS Filter (in a modified airbox)
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