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Old 03-07-2011, 02:46 PM
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Well I removed all the smog crap from my 460, I gained about 2mpg.. I still need to measure and get the correct size belt so I can remove the smog pump, there's nothing hooked to it but I'd like to remove it... Does anyone have a part # for the correct size belt??? The truck runs great...
Also I removed the EGR and as suggested in post # 21 I installed the Original EGR Eliminator $20.00 from RJM Injection Tech » EGR Eliminators ... Worked as described no CEL
What all did you delete? EGR valve, air pump, what else, and are you sure about the mileage increase? If you got 2 more MPG's that's awesome. i could look forward to 10-13 mpg's lol
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I was looking at the RJMinjectiontech site, I have a 1992 460, do I need the original EGR delete plug and the EGR eliminator 2 or can I just get the Eliminator 2 and put it into my harness?
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I removed my smog pump/tubes/hoses. Then I just welded the a cap on the cat where the smog pipe used to go. I left all the EGR stuff..

I haven't noticed any gas mileage or power increase but it sure cleaned up the engine bay, much easier to work on passnger side of engine.
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great info guys, thanks for all of the posts. i cant wait until someone adds some pics or a detailed description of the entire process.
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I wrote up a process with pics from my truck this past winter.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/12...with-pics.html
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