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Old 10-03-2010, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i am wondering if anybody has deleted the egr system off there detroit diesel s60
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Won't work. The ECM is looking for sensors and readings to complete the running and power issues. If you need to eliminate the EGR then get an older engine and kinstall it in ylour truck. You might have issues with the EPA and the 'powers that be' if this change is done.
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i live in northern alberta and travel off road mostly so i don't think i will ever have to pass an emission test.we do work our trucks very hard and overloaded. i have had 9 cracked exhaust manifolds,5 failed turbos,4 failed egr valves,2 egr coolers,2 failed [wet] delta p sensors,2 cracked cylinder heads,reprogrammed 3 times,and failed counterbores.i have had code 39 derate me so many times i have lost track ,usually on a very steep hill when you need the power the most.we have removed the egr system completely yesterday and are going to run it with a non egr ecm.on the dyno after lunch today.
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dyno'd at 505 hp and runs good ,have egr parts for sale now
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i am wondering if anybody has deleted the egr system off there detroit diesel s60

I was so wondering in Australia this engine is sending people broke.. Poor fuel, cracked heads,dropping valves, runnining hot 115c 120c degree.warning lights on dash egr valve failing , boost sensor..
We are trying to leave all the egr system attached and blocking off the exhaust into egr cooler, tricking the heat sensor in cross over pipe .try running clean air to boost performance and fuel.Engine should run cooler cause no exhaust flow through egr cooler.
HAS ANYBODY DONE SIMILAR MODIFICATION TO THIS ENGINE
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the problem with blocking off the egr is the ecm requests egr flow and when the delta p sensor doesnt see any it derates the only way to shut off egr is make it think it is at a high altitude ,or run a off road program with a diffrent turbo or a regulated air supply to the vnt ,then driveability suffers,hope that helps.
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dyno'd at 505 hp and runs good ,have egr parts for sale now
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you say you have egr parts, let me know AND how can we eliminate our egr which you successfully did?
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you say you have egr parts, let me know AND how can we eliminate our egr which you successfully did?
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yes i have all the egr parts left over,egr valve ,egr cooler,crossover pipe,turbo ,v pod,engine harness,delta p sensor,and oil press sender.also have the exhaust manifold but it is starting to crack.,i actualy deleted 5 units now 2 are for heavy haul applications [650 hp]and we turned them up too much as both have had cracked manifolds,but the other 3 [500 hp] are working perfectly with better power and mileage than before.as far as you doing it the mechanics are straight forward,but the program is custom made for mine .i can get one for yours but it does cost,and people seem to think its to much,so pm me if you want pricing
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I was so wondering in Australia this engine is sending people broke.. Poor fuel, cracked heads,dropping valves, runnining hot 115c 120c degree.warning lights on dash egr valve failing , boost sensor..
We are trying to leave all the egr system attached and blocking off the exhaust into egr cooler, tricking the heat sensor in cross over pipe .try running clean air to boost performance and fuel.Engine should run cooler cause no exhaust flow through egr cooler.
HAS ANYBODY DONE SIMILAR MODIFICATION TO THIS ENGINE
you can get egr to stop working by making the ecm think it is over 6500 feet above sealevel.,2 ,10k ohm resistors if i remember correctly,i tried it for a while but lost fuel economy,that was with 2.01 software ,was meaning to try it with 3.01 to see if it worked any better but deleted it completely instead
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YES It works by blocking only the exhaust gases going through EGR cooler , The heat in transfer pipe to EGR valve will trick the sensor..We have dyno this vehicle 505 hp at 1850ftlb torque.No lost in power ,turbo boost running maxi pressure.This vehicle pulling refrigerate pan carrying 43 tonnes 3 legs Melbourne to Brisbane weekly approx 5322 km returning 49.2 km to 100km.Our vehicles are fitted with DDEC 6 .
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YES It works by blocking only the exhaust gases going through EGR cooler , The heat in transfer pipe to EGR valve will trick the sensor..We have dyno this vehicle 505 hp at 1850ftlb torque.No lost in power ,turbo boost running maxi pressure.This vehicle pulling refrigerate pan carrying 43 tonnes 3 legs Melbourne to Brisbane weekly approx 5322 km returning 49.2 km to 100km.Our vehicles are fitted with DDEC 6 .
i'm sorry robs60 i should have stated my engine is a ddec 5 not a ddec 6 .i was wondering if you can turn egr off with a programming station as we can do it on the mbe 4000 and mbe 900 's as they use the same electronics[ddec 6].
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I have a 2005 detroit 515 is it a ddec5 or a ddec 6? I would like to delete my egr if i could,Im sick of that cough! Help?
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I have a 2005 detroit 515 is it a ddec5 or a ddec 6? I would like to delete my egr if i could,Im sick of that cough! Help?
contact k2 truck and trailer in grande prairie ,ask for bill he can help you ,a 2005 should be a ddec 5,think positive every time it cough's it knocks the dust off your air filters.
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you can go to dieselspec in montreal. they delete my egr with only a programation. i got 570hp to rearwheel now. no check engine light and egr valve is still on the truck. no resistance. they did not even open my hood... been almost 1 year and never had problem since then and got unreal power.
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It might be worth it to checkout Justus Built they make an EGR Tuner that will bypass it completely simple and relatively inexpensive for the money saved with increased fuel economy.
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