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6.7 EGR Delete Plates No Limit 6.7 Powerstroke EGR Delete Plates - No Limit

2011-2016 6.7 Powerstroke No Limit EGR Block Off Plates 67BPK

Our Price: $99.00

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6.7 powerstroke egr delete flo pro 6.7 Powerstroke EGR Delete Kit - Flo-Pro

Flo Pro EGR Delete kit for the 6.7 Powerstroke diesel.  Allows removal of the EGR assembly.  Cleans the engine bay and removes the entire EGR system.

Our Price: $129.99
6.7 Egr Delete No Limit Fabrication 6.7 Powerstroke Egr Delete - No Limit Fabrication

6.7 Powerstroke Egr Delete from No Limit Fabrication.  American made, highest quality EGR delete kit with optional pass through plate.  This egr delete will prevent...

Our Price: $169.00
6.7 Egr Delete Sinister Diesel 6.7 Powerstroke Egr Delete - Sinister Diesel

6.7 Powerstroke Egr Delete Sinister Diesel.  The egr delete from Sinister features the signature blue with a high quality EGR delete to prevent clogging and expensive...

Our Price: $189.00
ap63523 EGR valve alliant power 6.7 Powerstroke Alliant EGR Valve

2011-2015 6.7 Powerstroke Alliant Power EGR Valve ap63523

Our Price: $274.23
   
 
The more efficiently the diesel engine burns its fuel, the less carbon dust is produced. However, no diesel engine works with anything like complete efficiency and, over time, the carbon dust inside the exhaust gases begins to clog up the EGR system, reducing the movement of the EGR valve. This clogged EGR valve causes the engine to run badly due to an imbalance in the fuel/air mixture. Because the engine is running badly, the fuel is not being consumed efficiently. Because the fuel is not being consumed efficiently, more carbon dust is produced. Some of this carbon dust within the exhaust gets recycled by the EGR system, clogging the EGR valve still further. The more the EGR gets clogged, the more carbon dust is produced. The more carbon dust is produced, the more the EGR valve clogs. This vicious circle continues until the EGR valve jams completely open or closed. If the jammed EGR valve is not repaired or replaced quickly, all sorts of problems may occur. Four of the most common are rough running, high fuel consumption, turbocharger failure and, sometimes, total engine failure.