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Where can I get block off plates for EGR and AIR removal?

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    Where can I get block off plates for EGR and AIR removal?

    I am planning on removing the EGR and AIR pump from my 2000 WS6 this weekend. Where can I get block off plates for this? Where can I get a plug for the top of the intake?

    Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danman View Post
    I am planning on removing the EGR and AIR pump from my 2000 WS6 this weekend. Where can I get block off plates for this? Where can I get a plug for the top of the intake?

    Thanks for the help.
    Try this...scroll to the bottom of the exhaust page...
    http://www.ls1speed.com/catagory.cfm?catagory=Exhaust

    Hope it helps out...

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    i just made my own. i used a plasma cutter and some thin metal. you get the idea...

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    You can use a freeze out plug for the intake and cut your own for the manifolds.

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    What is a freeze out plug?

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    some people call them expansion plugs. Just go to your local parts store and ask for a 1 3/8" adjustable freeze out plug. They'll know what you're talking about. It'll be round with a nut at the top of it to tighten and expand it.

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