Join Date: Sep 2005
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Its kinda a double edge sword, Since your gonna be in there you could just change out the oil cooler as preventive maintenance, But if you get the Bulletproof oil cooler, You will have to go back in there to remove the oil cooler and replace the top plate with the Bulletproof part. I run a Bulletproof EGR Cooler with the EGR valve "deactivated" (they put a value in that it will never reach so it doesnt open & close.) When your in there make sure you clean out your intake as it will have a nice coating of soot inside, Best to have it hot tanked at a radiator shop. Clean all the soot off the sensors on the intake, The biggest pain was, as previously mentioned, Seized turbo bolts & getting all that exhaust plumbing back in correctly. It does make it easier to install if you deleted the EGR cooler though. If you do a delete make sure you run a tuner that will allow you to "delete" the egr valve so u dont get a code.
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