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The complete "EGR Delete" How To

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  1. Spoolx

    Spoolx Active Member Established Member

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    From my understanding you can only do it with a custom tune
     
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    Anybody have a diagram for the 3.4L whipple? Its a little different and would like to see a picture. Trying to finish up my buddies car.
     
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    Anybody? I know there are plenty 3.4 cars out there!!
     
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    +1 i,am fixing to do mine i just want to make sure i do it right.
     
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    Uhhh... That link has been proven to be the wrong way to do the boost bypass (generates more heat) and you are saying this EGR delete thread basically incorporates the wrong way to the boost bypass as well?
     
  6. TORQJNKY

    TORQJNKY Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

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    Threads been up almost 2 years, my car made 670/600 with no heating, tuning or drivablity problems. Tell us all what's wrong and make a constructive recommendation before you just come into a proven "How To" thread with useless information and no contructive feedback. :shrug:
     
  7. Spoolx

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    The bypass still works in this confoiguration. It opens under vacuum and closes under boost. Stock does the same truing but the solenoid could pull boost out of the system even under wot.
    This mod makes the bypass work just like every other bypass valve or wastegate.
     
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    If you or anyone else figures out a better way, let me know and I will update the thread. I don't have a Cobra to work with any longer.
     
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    This egr delete does incorporate that method, that method rearranges the vaccum lines so that the bypass valve gets a signal directly from the intake instead of from the solenoid. The way this ehr delete is written up its done the same way, but since the lines are all being redone u don't just simply swap the lines around.
     
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    quick question, can the original 3 way grommet be used for us eaton guys instead of the brass fitting? one to frps, one to boost bypass and the last to the boost gauge?
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  12. TORQJNKY

    TORQJNKY Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

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    See page 4 post #93. Rich Gill did it on his car and it came out really nice. :beer:
     
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    Great write up man im still using it today haha
     
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    Awesome will be doing this tomorrow
     
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    Just did this today and was wondering where you guys got your t-fittings from? I couldnt find anything that would work in brass. I only found a plastic T from Autozone that might work.
     
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    I think Autozone has the brass T fittings in the misc parts section, the section that sells stuff like push clips, replace door handles, nuts bolts etc... If not, you can reuse the 3 way fitting from the OEM set up or try another store like Pepboys or hardware store.
     
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    How did you modify the stock plastic vacuum lines?
     
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    What is the thread of the cap that goes on the manifold?
     
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    so if you do not connect the line to the back up to the air intake. do you just plug it?
    ?
     
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    I capped mine off
     

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