Just installed mine last week, and other than removing the bolts it went fine. Already had EGR disabled, so just installed and done. No CEL.
2010 Nissan Xterra S
Sold:2006 R/T: JBA catback & headers, K&N Aircharger CAI, Diablo Predator 91CAI Tune, 180* Tstat, Cabin Filter Kit, hood struts, Daytona grill and emblem,Daytona rear R/T badge, Daytona Chin Spoiler,BT catch can, BT MOPAR hood emblem, BT R/T Engraved shift bezel, BT Shift Stick. - 305 RWHP & 344 RWTQ - pre shorties.
1/4 Mi. 13.57 @ 102.73mph
Im glad to hear no problems popped up after removing it. I will be putting my blockoff kit in on Saturday. Anybody got any tips on removing the EGR from the head? I keep reading everywhere that it is a pain to get to the bolts.
Zero problems and its been 2 months now..
2008 R/T Road & Track-Brilliant Black W/ Silver stripes Tip to Tip, Diablo 93 Tune, BT Frankintake, Flowmaster Super44's w/ 4" tips, Jet 180, BT Catch Can,Hood Struts, Shock tower covers, EGR Delete, Major Attitude....More to come...
make sure you have a 10mm wrench and take your time they will come off, and dont forget to transfer the blue O-ring on the top piece
Had mine for 5 months now and zero problems. Got it in satin black and it looks more factory than the factory stuff did.
the key is a 10mm gearwrench (ratcheting box wrench). every Hemi owner who likes to do some hands-on work on the car should have a set. took me about 5 minutes to get the EGR system off and have the BT kit installed.
that 10mm gearwrench is also very handy for header installs if you're one of the masochists who leave the heads on
here's a pic of the kit installed:
That is what i got at sears; a stubby 10 MM ratchet wrench.Only way to go.
I was just thinking that when you put on the EGR delete kit and take off the motor,it kinda makes it hard to switch back to the stock tune?Any comments on this?
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