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I bought my truck from my mother in law after her husband passed away. It's a 2010 2500 Cummins that has a DPF delete, full exhaust, intake, and I know it has been programmed with a tune on it, I believe it is 70 hp but can't remember what he told me for sure. I see the EGR has been unplugged and I am wondering if I can do an EGR delete on it without a tuner or reprogramming it again? Does anyone have any idea on this?
 

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Yup
 

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Yep you can remove without retune. The fact it is unplugged tells you that.

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Remove away. You'll be fine
 

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Remove a big heat sink of the top of the exhaust manifold and less cooling system fittings to fail. Looks better.
 

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Remove it. Why pack it full of soot and make it harder to get working again if you ever need to. The only reason i can see to leave it is to maybe slide on a road side visual if a cop ever looks.
 

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I was hoping that was the answer but wanted to double check. Are there any down sides to taking the EGR off? Other than emission laws. I just don't like the idea of all the soot in my motor even though the valve is unplugged I'm sure some gets pas the butterfly.
 

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Nope. I was gonna leave mine installed but with the way of this f ed up world now I said screw it and removed all of the crap. I have a bed full of junk now and a much smooth running truck. I had forgot how well the raceme tune abd trans tune run
 
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