What does a EGR delete kit do for a 6.0 Powerstroke?
Simply stated, an EGR delete is a part that prevents exhaust from being able to re-enter the engine. In effect, it “deletes” the EGR portion of the emission (pollution) controls on the vehicle.
Should you do an EGR delete 6.0 Powerstroke?
By installing an EGR delete for your 6.0L Power Stroke engine, you will be bypassing this valve. The impact is an immediate restoration of power and performance, often equal to what you experience after driving it home for the first time. 2. Ford vehicles get better gas mileage after EGR Delete installation.
Do EGR delete kits work?
Using the delete kit will create the same results, no matter what type of engine you use for your vehicle. Although this process may cause additional clogging issues for some engine types, most owners find that the EGR delete kit will solve their performance issues while improving their gas mileage at the same time.
Does EGR delete make more smoke?
Registered. Your truck will not smoke more with a blocked off EGR. If anything it should be almost clean exhaust (with good tuning).
How do you BulletProof a 6.0 Powerstroke?
The fine folks at BulletProof Diesel define 6.0L Power Stroke as being “bulletproofed” when it has at least four of the five main problem areas addressed. These five areas are: Oil cooler, EGR cooler, head studs, fuel injection control module (FICM), and water pump.
How much does it cost to BulletProof a 2006 6.0 Powerstroke?
Bulletproof Diesel insists on their oil cooler. They say it lowers temperatures and prevents premature failures of the EGR cooler and injectors. And they’re right. But those benefits come in around $3000-$3500 installed!
Does EGR delete increase mpg?
Deleting your EGR will improve your mpg, bit the difference is so little it will be barely noticeable. But if removed you will avoid the carbon buildup in your intake manifold, ant that can make a rather noticeable difference.
How much does it cost to fully BulletProof a 6.0 Powerstroke?