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Originally Posted by UP_There View Post
You remove it from the DPF, and re-use it on your EGR plate where the egt sensor will go.



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Old 04-14-2019, 09:47 AM
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Personally I would recommend taking your truck to a reputable diesel performance shop, dropping off the equipment you bought, and let them install and tune your truck.
The shop near me does these installs frequently and the $600 labor was a piece of mind for me.
 
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:14 AM
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I learn something new here every day - Ford makes an EGR delete kit? Is this "plug and play" or you need to have the truck tuned?
 
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Originally Posted by Chuck-B View Post
I learn something new here every day - Ford makes an EGR delete kit? Is this "plug and play" or you need to have the truck tuned?
No matter what you do, the truck needs to be "tuned" in that it will not check for the EGR valves. Also, no EGR would mean the DPF will clog even faster and kill the engine if you didn't remove it.

To add real quick, the dealer diesel tech told me it isn't the EGR or the DPF that kills the engine, it's the temps the engine gets up to during the regen cycle that does the damage.
 
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Originally Posted by 2011350diesel View Post
Has anyone seen the Ford oem egr delete? has anyone used this? BC3Z 9P449 A67
Dude, I have been all over that site every which way but loose and I can't find that kit.
 
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Old 04-16-2019, 04:34 AM
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When I had done a google image search I saw the ford delete.Didn't realize that they even made one , soo... wad curious to see if anyone had heard of this or maybe had even used one
 
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Dude, I have been all over that site every which way but loose and I can't find that kit.
fleabay sells one but it's for the 11-14 : /
 
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I wonder if this is the same kit? Not much info on it.

https://parts.autonationfordwhitebea...IFJlc3VsdHM%3D
 
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Originally Posted by Bohen View Post
fleabay sells one but it's for the 11-14 : /
Not in the market now, just curious though.

Originally Posted by dirthawg View Post
I wonder if this is the same kit? Not much info on it.

https://parts.autonationfordwhitebea...IFJlc3VsdHM%3D
Yeah I saw that too. Just no pic kinda s*cks.
 
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Old 04-16-2019, 09:22 AM
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Is it possible that that kit is some sick b**tard's idea of a prank?
 
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Originally Posted by RIPbiker13 View Post
To add real quick, the dealer diesel tech told me it isn't the EGR or the DPF that kills the engine, it's the temps the engine gets up to during the regen cycle that does the damage.
Hmmmm, I don't think the added fuel during a regen ignites until it's past the turbo and in the exhaust stream. There should be no reason for the engine to get warmer during a regen. I'm not a diesel expert but that's my understanding of how the regen works.

My buddy did my EGR delete. I'm not sure what probe this is but I'm certain it didn't come from the DPF.




After the delete my EGT11 (post turbo) and EGT12 are static at 122 degrees and EGT13 and 14 are static at 842. Is this because of the custom tune? And that would explain why you need an aftermarket probe to get EGT's after a delete?
 

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