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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-27-2018, 04:39 AM
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Why not just leave all the EGR components intact and slip in a blocker plate.This is what I did.If/when I ever decide to sell my truck it can easily be returned to stock after the DPF is put back on of course.

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Have you had any issues with the blocker plate?
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Why not just leave all the EGR components intact and slip in a blocker plate.This is what I did.If/when I ever decide to sell my truck it can easily be returned to stock after the DPF is put back on of course.
Have you had any issues with the blocker plate?
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Have you had any issues with the blocker plate?
The blocker plate leaves the EGR Cooler intact. It can still leak and put coolant into the cylinders with disastrous conseuences

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HSP, SDP, W FAB any of those would be quality kits. I got HSP. Rule of thumb, you get what you pay for. a cheapy ebay pipe wont fit as good etc.
I'm going to go with HSP. Witch cold side pipe are you running? The one that uses the stock bridge or the max flow y bridge? Also wondering if the pipe that uses the stock y bridge has enough bracing to keep the elbow from blowing out? Can't decide wether to go with that pipe or pony up the cash and go with the max flow y bridge....
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Idk i'm the kind of person likes to do things once. not saying you will have problems with Y bridge. But my research found that many do, I did the high flow Y bridge for peace of mind. Someone makes a strap that goes over the stock Y bridge to help it stay in place, not sure about the stock Y bridge from them far as bracing. It is quite involved project if you go with new Y bridge.

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