AFE 46-90076 EGR Track Kit
List Price: $274.80
XDP Price: $206.10
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Manufacturer Number: 46-90076
XDP Part Number: AFE46-90076
03-07 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke
This high performance product is intended SOLELY for closed-course
racing use and is not street legal in ANY state. This product cannot be
used on any vehicle that is registered or certified for highway use. This product cannot be shipped to the state of California.
aFe Power is proud to introduce a EGR Track Kit for 2003-2007 V8-6.0L (td) Ford Power Stroke trucks. This EGR TRACK KIT is a 100% new unit, not remanufactured. The unit is TIG welded and pressure tested at the factory. May only be used temporarily to confirm defective EGR Coolers.
Replaces EGR Cooler:
aFe EGR Track Kit allows for the removal of the EGR system for improved engine reliability, lower EGTs and improved horsepower. This is a ""must have"" for any ""RACE"" upgrades.
This kit includes a 304 stainless steel TIG-welded coolant pipe, 14-Gauge 409 stainless steel exhaust pipe-up, billet EGR valve block-off plate, hi-temp silicone heater hose and all related hardware.
A complete gasket kit which includes all required components for the removal and replacement of the EGR Track Kit is also available. aFe P/N: 46-90075 Sold Separately.
Ford Excursion 04-05 V8-6.0L (td)
- Improved Direct-Flow Design Prevents Failures
- All New Construction, Not A "Repaired" or Refurbished Unit
- Increased Reliability Over The OE Unit
- All Connections Are Welded, Not Brazed
Note: This is a ""Race Only"" product used solely for competition. It's use is limited to closed-course and open-course racing that is formally sanctioned by a recognized racing organization. Any other use including recreational off-road use, could be in violation of local, state and federal laws. This system also requires an aftermarket electronic module to work properly with the vehicle."
(Dallas texas )
7/11/2013 10:11 AM
Obviously this wasn't going to be a quick delete. It took me and 5 people more than 24 hours of working (12+ hours a day) to delete the EGR. We had to cut several bolts off that ended up getting striped. Somehow we managed to even cut off the bolt on the very back of the turbo. And even one or two on the old up-pipe. Then we had to cut the egr cooler in half because the intake manifold prevented us from pulling it out anymore. Once we got it all off. It took about an hour to get this part situated properly. After that it took around 2-3 hours to put it back together, as compared to 20 hours of taking it apart. But as the instructions say, you don't need to remove the manifold, just loosen the bolts. It is also easier to remove the exhaust down-pipe to get to that rear bolt on the turbo, which we used 3 new bolts, but reused the spacers. After the instillation, there was no leaks or anything. So it was a good install. Also if you do an egr delete, you should have a topside creeper. Its worth the money, and its better than lying on top of the engine for 20 hours with pillows.