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Old 09-11-2019, 07:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone ever heard of that off brand parts maker called Exciting Racing? I'm a little embarrassed even considering it but I saw they have the most inexpensive Y bridge kit for my LMM. I cant find reviews or anything useful on them other than whatever generic description dude put in the ebay ad. I also am finally doing a full egr delete because I found the egr was full of oil and it's getting sucked down the into the stock y bridge. Not just normal soot, there's a ton of that chit mixed with lots of oil. My performance took a **** also. If anyone good help me out with that I know there's a lot to unpack in this one. Btw, I'm almost 100% it's not a head gasket and I'm not getting any dtcs. I dont have a ton of money rn but I need my truck back on the road. Blocker plates not an option for me. Thanks in advance for any help.you can pass off my way.

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One more thing also: my egts drop when I have my foot in it but as soon as I let off the throttle the egts will shoot up to about 1200 for a split second.

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Has anyone ever heard of that off brand parts maker called Exciting Racing? I'm a little embarrassed even considering it but I saw they have the most inexpensive Y bridge kit for my LMM. I cant find reviews or anything useful on them other than whatever generic description dude put in the ebay ad. I also am finally doing a full egr delete because I found the egr was full of oil and it's getting sucked down the into the stock y bridge. Not just normal soot, there's a ton of that chit mixed with lots of oil. My performance took a **** also. If anyone good help me out with that I know there's a lot to unpack in this one. Btw, I'm almost 100% it's not a head gasket and I'm not getting any dtcs. I dont have a ton of money rn but I need my truck back on the road. Blocker plates not an option for me. Thanks in advance for any help.you can pass off my way.
A googe search of their site shows that the ebay page will give them up:
"exciting-racing is based in China and have been selling on eBay since 2010"
https://www.topratedseller.com/ebay/exciting-racing

I would avoid them like the plague...
Quality control on China parts is slim to none and those seller ratings are probably overstated
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10 4, thanks for the input, I'll shop around some more. I've always had my mind set on WCFab but I do t have 1600 to put into that.
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10 4, thanks for the input, I'll shop around some more. I've always had my mind set on WCFab but I do t have 1600 to put into that.
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