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post #349 of 350 (permalink) Old 03-22-2018, 01:37 AM
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No I mean the price you pay a vendor to write a custom tune to delete (disable) the egr system is the same price you pay a vendor to write a tune for full deletes (egr and exhaust) so to me if the cost is the same then I'd go with the full delete tuning and not waste the $$$ on an egr only delete tune.


Ohh that one is new to me, I thought you used a tuner to do the deletes, I didnít know you pay a vendor to do it, do you send the ecm off or something?


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post #350 of 350 (permalink) Old 03-22-2018, 01:15 PM
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The typical tuner hardware has tunes all ready written and can be chosen. They usually involve disable/delete of the EGR and DPF systems. However, there aren't too many out of the box tuners (hardware) available (or supported any longer). Hence, EFI Live is a platform that is currently used and supported where custom tunes are more readily available and developed by multiple suppliers.
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