I would venture to say no. Considering it blows all of the carbon and dirt back into the intake mani. Thats why our intake mani's look like ass after a little bit.Rogue said:I read somewhere that the EGR can also help in KR reduction (I don't remember how something about maintaing air temps?) Anyone heard of this?
Here's the way I got to it: 1/4" ratchet, short extension, and 10mm deepwell socket. If it is too long (hits the firewall), try just the deepwell w/o the extension, or the extension with a standard 10mm.dayday said:What not to do.....
Don't get like me and feel you just have to mess with something for the day...I pulled my EGR off the tubing section, tube out from under the TB, bracket off and then realized I could not get to the bolt on the underside of the exhaust manifold that hold that side of the tubing. I blocked off the hole under the TB but now I cant block off the tubing coming from the exhaust. Sounds like I got a little Harley under the hood during excelleration.
Thanks I looked at it again after work today and was able to get in there to it. All better nowJasonGS said:Here's the way I got to it: 1/4" ratchet, short extension, and 10mm deepwell socket. If it is too long (hits the firewall), try just the deepwell w/o the extension, or the extension with a standard 10mm.
spd98 said:Doug I know that it can make your car hard to tune if you don't block off the holes because unmeterd air enters. Other than that I would say nothing.