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EGR Delete Panel

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    EGR Delete Panel

    Does anyone know where to find a EGR delete panel or dress up plate?

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    I forget where I got mine. Have you tried WS6 store, hawksthirdgenparts, summit and stuff like that?

    I think Summit has it for sure.
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    Go to Lowes or any place that has some sheet metal and cut your own out. Takes about 15 min to make them. Use card board to make the templetes then trace them on the sheet metal, use a thin cutting disk then a whiz wheel to clean the excess off.

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    Was the first way I did it. Works but the look of the kit is much better.

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    thats why i used the whiz wheel to polish the pieces out and they look like clean metal. And doing it tha way you get to play with grinders haha and dont have to wait for shipping. Also if you get bored you can take an engraver and add your own touchs to it.

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    True. Wonder if OP is even lookig at this??

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    Theres some one ebay dont know if anyone has used them or not

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    Just so I am clear, I am looking for the dress up plate that goes where the bracket for the EGR uses to be.

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    I did this when I had my 98
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    EGR aluminum block plate

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    I have a egr block plate from when I installed my headers. I was looking for the head plate that covers where the bracket used to sit on the engine block. I was just calling it the wrong thing. Found one on the ws6store.com site for $44.00. Thanks for everyone's help!

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