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Old 01-30-2013, 11:28 AM
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Bypassing egr cooler coolant flow...

What is the best way to do this? The kit from dfuser makes it look really easy with only 1 long peice of hose? How can I just bypass both egr coolers?? Do I just hook a hose up to where the coolant exits the motor and starts into the cooler and then connect it to where the coolant re-enters?? This would be the 3/4 inch line....what do I do with the 3/8th line that goes to the Venturi tee on top of the vertical cooler? Delete the tee and just make that a splice? Any help is greatly appreciated! I have the right dfuser plates coming but also want to bypass the coolant flow....the more specific you are the better! Thanks in advance!!
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:35 PM
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Pics would even be MORE better hahaha
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You can never not have "morer" than enough pics! lol...
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Why would you bypass the egr coolant? Just do an EGR delete and remove the EGR and coolers altogether!
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Why would you bypass the egr coolant? Just do an EGR delete and remove the EGR and coolers altogether!
Do this to pass a visual inspection, but have every benefit of egr delete.. it can be done in such a way returning to stock woild take less than half an hour...
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You still need to block off the EGR exhaust or else you will have high temps in the which in thurn may cause the coolers to fail anyway so I would say put plate on and put the coolers back on so it looks factory
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Reroute AND plates...

Removing and reinstalling coolers every year? Helz no..

This is a much better and quicker option that that..
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So buy the bullet proof coolers from a vendor. It seems that you want to eliminate cooler failure but you don't want trouble during an inspection so you have to do a risk versus gain assessment!
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Yeah, if you can't do the delete I'd say the best bet is Bulletproof upgraded coolers. I probably wouldn't do that though unless my stock coolers were failing.
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^^^^^^^
Amen
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