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EGR delete..

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    EGR delete..

    Need advice what i can get rid of... we dont have emision testing where i live.. just want to know what i can get rid of to clean up the engine bay.. thanks..

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    pretty much anything that attaches to the exhaust manifolds and the egr valve and tubing into the intake, You will need to block those off and get the codes removed or live with the check engine light being on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orcus79 View Post
    pretty much anything that attaches to the exhaust manifolds and the egr valve and tubing into the intake, You will need to block those off and get the codes removed or live with the check engine light being on.
    same goes for an lt1 car?

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    As far as my best guess goes, it would be. Though I believe that the EGR valve may be part of the intake. Then again, I haven't looked all that close at an LT1.

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    You can get block off plates for the LT1's. I did mine and untill I swap motors and need a tune I just live with the CEL. but if you do it yes have the darn things turned off in the PCM through a tune.

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    once you start takin stuff off its all pretty easy
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    I was told my emissions were deleted in my tune but my SES light popped on a couple days later. Heard the distinct sound of that stupid air pump. Guess I have to go back again...

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    egr and air systems clean up the engine bay alot. get them tuned out and youll be set. i suggest doing an ls6 intake manifold aswell instead of just plugging the ls1. makes for more smiles after 3k rpm. and your killing 3 birds with 1 stone.

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