Is it worth doing an EGR delete?
You can improve your fuel efficiency with an EGR delete. That makes the process more efficient while reducing the risk of a diesel particulate filter failure. You may see up to a 20% increase in your fuel economy when using this product option while promoting improved longevity of the engine at the same time.
What happens if you delete your EGR?
An EGR delete kit is an aftermarket performance part that removes the EGR valve and prevents exhaust from being redirected back to the engine. Ultimately, this allows your vehicle to function as if it never had an EGR valve.
Should I disable EGR?
Installing an EGR delete kit reduces costs on repairs and fuel costs, as well as decreases soot deposits that an EGR valve produces. Disabling it prevents harmful contaminants from being reintroduced back into the engine, resulting in problems. When the engine’s performance increases, so does the fuel economy.
Does EGR delete require a tuner?
Yes is the short answer. With out it the truck will go into limp mode and have less power then a smart car.
When to close EGR on Detroit Diesel truck?
On theory there should be a difference, but let see on practice. Because even the Detroit Diesel Manual says: “….when the truck is over 6500 feet, the computer closes the EGR and the motor starts running like pre-emission engine…..”
How to turn on boost mode on Series 60 EGR?
All it does is shut the egr off as it thinks it is in the altitude range to shut off egr and go into boost mode which is explained more in detail in the series 60 egr technicians manual just open and right click to find and put boost mode and it will explain. I will post pics but explain what I did different.
Why does the ECM think the EGR valve is closed?
(01-24-2015, 10:39 PM)MobileMike Wrote: Now I could be wrong, by putting resistors in with your baro sensor makes the ecm think its in a high altitude situation. High altitude = less oxygen. Therefore it keeps the egr valve closed. But the baro sensor also affects your fuel to oxygen ratio.
Do you have to reflash the ECU with EGR off?
(12-17-2012, 07:58 AM)bullrider Wrote: does the ECU have to be reflashed with egr off. i woulsd say no, i’m just making sure. which end you do that, the male or female side, i mean the one goes to the egr or the other end.