EGR delete for diesel trucks

Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) attempts to minimize harmful pollutants into the air by recycling some of the exhaust back into the engine. The goal of an EGR system is to reduce the vehicle's exhaust emissions. Unfortunately, this has a negative impact on your engine's health and overall lifespan. It can reduce your fuel mileage and cause unnecessary maintenance problems, totalling tens of thousands of dollars in additional costs to the owner. This is exactly why most diesel truck owners opt to have their EGR removed from their vehicle. Although the upfront investment can be expensive (typically $1,500 - $5,000), owners see this returned through increased fuel economy, decreased maintenance costs, and longer engine lifespan.

What is an EGR delete?

An exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) delete is the physical removal or bypass of the EGR system as well as the specialized tuning or programming of your truck's electronic control module (ECM). This reduces the build up of particulates, soot, and other debris that concentrate over time. On average, customers see $4,500 in savings per vehicle in the first year alone — this factor multiplies greatly for fleet operators. This is due to the increased fuel efficiency of the engine, as well as the decrease in necessary maintenance.

Why trust Mario High Performance Diesel?

We are world-class diesel programmers — and we've got the proof to back it up. Founder and Head Programmer, Mario Monette, is the NHRDA Semi-Hot Rod Class world-record holder. We don't just copy/paste pre-purchased solutions. We write and execute custom programs specifically designed for your engine.

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