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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

So for someone like myself that knows "a little" about vehicles and has the GDE tune; what would installing this do for my ecodiesel performance wise?

Just taking a guess at it but O think currently with the tune it puts out around 268hp and 500ft/lbs of torque. Does this make it more responsive? Haul @ss? What
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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

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So for someone like myself that knows "a little" about vehicles and has the GDE tune; what would installing this do for my ecodiesel performance wise?

Just taking a guess at it but O think currently with the tune it puts out around 268hp and 500ft/lbs of torque. Does this make it more responsive? Haul @ss? What
Just fitting the cooler alone won't really make any seat of pants difference. It will slow the temperature rise of the boosted air allowing better combustion with the denser, more oxygenated air. If you can get a retune that takes into consideration the intercooler, you will be able to up the boost, fuel, change timing etc to definitely gain some torque and power.
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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

So what are people that are installing these components doing to retune?
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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

I haven't done anything yet. My GC only has 9000km on it. So I am waiting a bit before I go and get my ECU remapped. Seems like those GDE guys are switched on so maybe ask them. I'm in Oz so they aren't too much help to us down here.
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EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

So when/why would you use the CB Engineering delete pipe with the sensor bungs vs without the sensor bungs? Seems like you wouldn't want to connect the sensors back up due to the additional soot being produced. Wouldn't that just kill the sensors and aren't they turned off in the off-road tune anyway? What am I missing?


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So when/why would you use the CB Engineering delete pipe with the sensor bungs vs without the sensor bungs? Seems like you wouldn't want to connect the sensors back up due to the additional soot being produced. Wouldn't that just kill the sensors and aren't they turned off in the off-road tune anyway? What am I missing?
My guess would be simply personal preference, either tie them up out of the way and hope they stay out of the way without the harness becoming damaged, or have them installed in bungs for a near factory appearance. Doesn't much matter if they become caked with soot in bungs.
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My guess would be simply personal preference, either tie them up out of the way and hope they stay out of the way without the harness becoming damaged, or have them installed in bungs for a near factory appearance. Doesn't much matter if they become caked with soot in bungs.
I personally purchased the pipe with bungs because Pennsylvania requires a safety inspection each year. They are supposed to check to ensure all emissions equipment is present and by having the sensors in place, I am hoping to minimize any questions asked. Also, leaving the sensors plugged in prevents water entry into the electrical connections causing corrosion.
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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

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I personally purchased the pipe with bungs because Pennsylvania requires a safety inspection each year. They are supposed to check to ensure all emissions equipment is present and by having the sensors in place, I am hoping to minimize any questions asked. Also, leaving the sensors plugged in prevents water entry into the electrical connections causing corrosion.

Aren't there also some EGT PIDs that can still be monitored if the sensors remain in the exhaust steam? They may not have as much relevance, but I'd opt for the bungs.


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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

Good info... thanks! Bungs it is.


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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

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I personally purchased the pipe with bungs because Pennsylvania requires a safety inspection each year. They are supposed to check to ensure all emissions equipment is present and by having the sensors in place, I am hoping to minimize any questions asked. Also, leaving the sensors plugged in prevents water entry into the electrical connections causing corrosion.

Sorry but I just can't let these comments go without further inflection.

If anyone listening to this thread is subject to mandated vehicle emission inspections, please do not even consider any level of component delete, unless you want to restore everything before every inspection.

I know from where I speak that the procedures are far more sophisticated than just a simple look for required equipment.

Your only option is a tune that keeps it all in place, and with some degree of functionality. And no, I neither work for, sell, own, or in any other way promote GDE products.


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Re: EGR Blanking Plate, DPF Delete Kit and Intercooler with Piping Available

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Sorry but I just can't let these comments go without further inflection.

If anyone listening to this thread is subject to mandated vehicle emission inspections, please do not even consider any level of component delete, unless you want to restore everything before every inspection.

I know from where I speak that the procedures are far more sophisticated than just a simple look for required equipment.

Your only option is a tune that keeps it all in place, and with some degree of functionality. And no, I neither work for, sell, own, or in any other way promote GDE products.


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Depends on the state. In Pennsylvania, there is no emissions check for diesel vehicles, only a safety check. I have looked at the inspection check procedure as it can be found easily online and, no, it is nothing more than a physical check to see that it is there. That stated I realize that I would be required to reinstall and the labor that entails if they were to fail my vehicle.
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