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if i get a turbo back exhaust i can either get a tuner or get an egr blocker plate to fix the code right?
 

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I have no idea what you are tying to say/ask by that post.
 

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I have no idea what you are tying to say/ask by that post.
...when you get a turbo back exhaust (no cat) supposedly your engine throws codes. to fix that you can either get an egr blocker plate or a tuner...
 

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No, EGR blocker is a total different thing. You have to get a turner or with mine which is a 04.5 I was able to run my truck without the cat for a month or so and then the code stayed off but during that month+ it was on and off.
 

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so an egr blocker plate does not stop that code? i thought i read that it did
 

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so an egr blocker plate does not stop that code? i thought i read that it did

an EGR blocker plate physically blocks the EGR off from the intake; it won't control codes. You can actually shut off the egr function in the tune, but some people think that at high boost there's still a chance of it being forced open.

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can a totally stock stuck make enough boost to do that?
 

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Note that a EGR blocker plate will practally make your truck throw codes.

If you add a system, you will either need to do a tuner, or a Finger Stick, found on www.kennedydiesel.com.

If you are doing the finger stick, myswell do the blocker plate at the same time to completely block it off. Better for your motor anyways.
 
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