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WTK: EGR delete for hilux vigo

Postby carfreaks1023 » August 6th, 2012, 12:11 pm

Where can i get this done?

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Re: WTK: EGR delete for hilux vigo

Postby rocky86 » August 30th, 2012, 6:46 am

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Re: WTK: EGR delete for hilux vigo

Postby JD...... » September 20th, 2012, 4:37 am

any one got a phone number for him??

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Re: WTK: EGR delete for hilux vigo

Postby alarms_wiz » June 22nd, 2013, 10:31 am

682-0970 he is also known as Cyrus. Master Toyota tech and not a ripoff artiste. Much integrity, I recommend him with pride.

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Re: WTK: EGR delete for hilux vigo

Postby alarms_wiz » July 16th, 2013, 3:30 pm

Ok Guys for those of you who want to know. I did this and it is a simple mod and a lot of improved performance. I made a blank off plate out of stainless steel about 8mm thick. Installed that and then put the pipe back (just for looks). Turbo kicks in quicker so I actually feel a difference in power. No Check light coming on ( I ran it hard and in traffic and all that). Best of all, no smoke. I will change oil on the weekend to see if it stays clean as some people reported it does.

I also installed an oil "catch can" designed for a Toyota Tundra to keep the oil out of the intercooler from the PCV valve. Hopefully this will stop the problem I had with the intake getting clogged up with gunk from the EGR and PCV valve oil mixing together. I cleaned out the intercooler as well so no oil in there anymore. Hopefully it will stay clean now.

Right now all I can say is De ting wukkin!

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