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EGR only delete make any sense?

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I want to start to delete my '14. Right now the budget only allows for an EGR Delete, and its something I can do in the garage without major under body work. My question is does it make any sense to do an EGR delete without doing a DPF delete at the same time? They always seem to go hand in hand...
If I only do an EGR delete will I see any positive difference? Lastly I'm looking at a Sinister Diesel EGR delete, any opinions?

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Hey all

I want to start to delete my '14. Right now the budget only allows for an EGR Delete, and its something I can do in the garage without major under body work. My question is does it make any sense to do an EGR delete without doing a DPF delete at the same time? They always seem to go hand in hand...
If I only do an EGR delete will I see any positive difference? Lastly I'm looking at a Sinister Diesel EGR delete, any opinions?

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You are going to need a tuner, friend. The EGR and DPF delete do in fact, go hand in hand.

The Sinister kit is second to none in quality and appearance. Just don't install it without a decent tune.

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will my bullydog gt not get it done?
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You will need to delete the rest underneath your truck with it unless you find a decent EFI tuner which could take care of your EGR only.
What part number is your GT? Is it the delete capable one? If it is then you have to do both at once. You cannot select.

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John, I don't think the Bullydog will get it done.

Bullydog, Edge, Smarty, etc, are outdated technology when it comes to deletes. I would recommend looking into EFI Live by a quality tuner.

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Yes, something capable of custom tuning. MM3 is getting lots of attention it looks like.

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Seems pointless.

Why spend money for custom tuning to disable the EGR only to leave the DPF w/regen and SCR in place?

And no, it won't be emission intact either, removing the EGR will drive Nox levels far too high for the SCR to compensate for no matter how much DEF is used.

Dumbest idea I've seen in some time. Delete it all or leave it stock.
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Hey all

I want to start to delete my '14. Right now the budget only allows for an EGR Delete, and its something I can do in the garage without major under body work. My question is does it make any sense to do an EGR delete without doing a DPF delete at the same time? They always seem to go hand in hand...
If I only do an EGR delete will I see any positive difference? Lastly I'm looking at a Sinister Diesel EGR delete, any opinions?

(2010-2014 Dodge Cummins 6.7L | Sinister Diesel EGR Delete Kit)

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get rid of dpf first

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