Ford 6.4 EGR Delete 2008 2009 2010
Ford 6.4 EGR Delete 2008 2009 2010
EGR Delete Kit Ford Powerstroke Diesel 6.4 08-10
EGR Delete Kit Ford Powerstroke Diesel 6.4 08-10
EGR Delete Kit Ford Powerstroke Diesel 6.4 08-10
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EGR Delete Kit Ford Powerstroke Diesel 6.4 08-10

  • -$ -189.00
  • Regular price $ 189.00
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    GDP EGR Delete kit designed for the 2008, 2009 & 2010 Ford 6.4 Powerstroke Diesel. During normal driving conditions the factory EGR system re-circulates up to 50% of the exhaust back through the intake to help reduce emissions. This process eventually plugs up your intake with soot, chokes your engine and robs you of power. By installing a GDP EGR delete kit; clean air will now be able to flow into your engine keeping your intake soot-free. Clean dense air will reduce exhaust gas temperatures, lower intake temperatures, increase horsepower and result in quicker turbo spool. Unlike other EGR cooler delete kits on the market; coolant flow is not restricted and/or unable to flow properly resulting in uneven coolant temperatures. Most importantly the reliability is significantly increased. The GDP EGR delete kit for the Ford 6.4 Powerstroke is made from nickel plated 304 stainless steel and machined billet aluminum. This kit has been fully pressure tested to ensure reliability and leak-free operation. The exhaust plate comes pre-drilled and tapped to work with either the factory EGT probe or an aftermarket 1/8" NPT. When installing the GDP EGR delete kit it must be used with a DPF delete capable tuner. We recommend the H&S Mini Maxx. Everything needed for a complete installation is included. Made in the USA with a Lifetime warranty.

    Typically the EGR valve and EGR cooler delete are performed at or around the same time as the DPF delete. DPF delete capable tuners like the H&S Mini Maxx also de-activate the EGR system. Meaning, the EGR system is disabled and will no longer function. The EGR valve is programmed to stay closed, which in theory prevents exhaust from recirculating into the intake inlet. This is an acceptable way to go about addressing the EGR system, but not the best. If the EGR has been neglected over the years it may be too late. Soot may have built up and the valve could be stuck open or unable to close entirely. Also under heavy load or wide open throttle exhaust gasses can still flow into the intake. Its best to completely remove the EGR valve with an EGR delete kit. The EGR system consists of a valve and cooler. The EGR coolers have a tendency to crack and fail on the 6.4 Powerstroke. When that happens it can be catastrophic. EGR cooler failure can allow coolant to enter the cylinder/s. If gone un-noticed could cause serious damage. Avoid all the potential pitfalls of the EGR system and possibility of future EGR failure. Delete the EGR valve and EGR cooler on your Super Duty.