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Alright, what i'm really looking for here is some good old peer pressure (Come on everyone's doin it) type stuff.
Right now i have the black maxx on the truck, and it runs great. I also have their cooler delete sitting in the garage. I've had it for almost a month and a half, but with all the talk of HG issues I've been a little gun shy about puttin it on.
It is my understanding (correct me if i'm wrong please) that the BM disables the EGR. So i am wanting to know what advantages there are to deleting the cooler vs. disabling the EGR with the BM. I know it cleans up the engine bay, but what about mechanical, performance wise.
Also, is it true that i need to plug the EGR valve back in once it's removed to avoid a 40 hp. loss.
2007.5 6.7 mega cab. laramie. 68RFE. All deletes. Black Maxx. 8" Pure Performance coilover. 22" badlands. 37" toyos.
2010 Crew SLT 68RFE. Stock for now.
No you do not need to plug the egr back in with the BM. The advantages of removing the entire egr, even though it's turned off soot will still blow by the egr valve and into your intake. There are numerous people on here who have done alot of studying on this. Search member dad2bike he is very knowledgeable on this.
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