Your truck will definitely get some more "pop" to it under acceleration. I just did mine today with the Edge Juice W/A system and it was immediately noticeable upon entering the freeway this evening. I'd suggest cleaning your MAP sensor when you do the project, i'm pulling mine to clean tomorrow.
Aside from that, MPG's should increase for sure. A local guy here with the XRT that did the deletes said he went from 13 MPG to 17 MPG around town.
My fear is that I just got this truck and it has 14 thoasand miles on it and I don't wanna start having problems and my brother has a 5.9 and constantly talks down on the 6.7 and says if I do this my truck will slowly go to crap
look man do the deletes dpf, cat, muff, egr,though a intake on it. and race him. you wont have that many problems if you get that crap off your truck. i took mine off last weekend and i have 3200 miles in it and you should have seen all the crap that cam out. no it screams down the road
Ya he has the full edge/ juice system and I already have an intake but I guess I'll go ahead and do it I was wondering how does the engine break sound with the exaust And what's an egr delete
(sorry i've been driving a chevy gas truck and just got a cummins yesterday and don't know a h
I have 7k miles on my truck and just did the deletes. If I wasn't fully confident it was in the best interest of the health of a $6000.00 engine, I wouldn't of even considered it.
The EGR is part of a system where exhaust gas is re-circ'd through the system to get re-burnt as part of the new emissions BS. Ultimately it gunk's the engine up more from what people have seen and just unplugging it has yielded up to 2 more MPG for some. Doing the deletes, which you can get a kit from multiple vendors on this site, basically removes the entire system.
They say that because it is removing an emissions part. That way if you are popped by Johnny Law Whoever, the company can say it was designed for "off-road use only" and therefore is not their fault. That's about the sum of it.
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