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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-09-2014, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Going in for the kill, EGR!

Welp, I believe my deltas are far enough to go in and replace the oil cooler. While I am in there, I was going to delete the egr, do standpipes, dummy plugs, and stc fitting. Is there anything that yall suggest to replace or add while I am in /around that area?? Im going to IPR egr delete, and OEM oil cooler/gaskets/standpipes/dummyplug/stc fitting. Thanks for the suggestions!
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-10-2014, 12:12 AM
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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

I would just knock out the 6.4 banjo bolts, coolant filter and blue spring kit while your in there doing the work.

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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

Sounds like a good plan bud how 'bout a coolant flush before you replace that cooler as well?

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Sounds like a good plan bud how 'bout a coolant flush before you replace that cooler as well?
that a must in my opinion as well

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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

Little tip on the coolant flush, buy the fumoto valves and install 3/8 line on them, they make life sooo much easier. Makes draining the block as easy as turning the valve.

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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

Yeah that is def a must! What about this oil drain tube i've heard about?
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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

Oil drain tube? Possibly the turbo oil drain tube?

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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

arp head studs if you have not done then yet. when my oil cooler went, i did everything.
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Re: Going in for the kill, EGR!

Haha, my favorite quote "dont fix something if it aint broke" arp headstuds and gaskets = tack on another $2500.00. Thanks for the input, but that wont be happening this go around

and yes turbo oil drain tube, thoughts??
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Def. turbo drain and banjo bolts. also consider cleaning the turbo.

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