2007.5-2008 Dodge Ram 2500 / 3500 with 6.7L Cummins EGR Valve / EGR Cooler Delete kit manufactured by Sinister MFG Company. We manufacture this kit in house to ensure the highest quality and fastest shipping.
- Eliminates soot build up and clogged EGR Valves
- Coolant tempatures run cooler because they are not running thru EGR Cooler
- Hot exhaust gasses are not being re-routed back into the motor
- Coolant re-route hose included (no blocked off coolant hoses)
- Completely replaces EGR Valve & EGR Cooler, No other parts required for installation
- Includes transmission dipstick and coolant hose bracket
- Includes detailed installation instructions
- Exhaust manifold plates are tapped for EGT probe
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Will doing the delete cause any check engine lights?
A: You will need to run a tuner such as Smarty or Egde that has the capabilities to turn off the EGR system. Check out our tuners & programmer page for information.
Q: What does deleting the EGR Valve and cooler do for my truck?
A: The egr cooler is designed to take a portion of exhaust gases and re-route them back into the motor. The hot exhaust gases are cooled by coolant from your cooling system. The down side is the coolant is heated up by trying to cool the hot exhaust and your building more heat in the motor. By deleting the egr cooler you are exhausting all your exhaust gases thru the turbo and your coolant is not flowing thru a heating element (EGR Cooler) which in turn gives you cooler coolant temps.
Clogged egr valves are a typical issue with the 6.7L. Deleting the EGR valve eliminates the chance of your truck ever clogging a egr valve again.
Q: What is the longer flat bracket used for?
A: That is our transmission dipstick / coolant hose bracket. This bracket attaches to the block and uses the factory mounting brackets to retain strength out of the dipstick tube.
Q:Why do you re-route the coolant instead of cap it off?
A: We have found that when you simply cap off the coolant hose it starves the cylinder heads of coolant flow causing warped heads. Rerouting the coolant is the only way to make a close loop in the cooling system and allowing full flow of coolant to all cylinder heads.