TIA, dieselfuel 2003 Jetta TDI I'm in the delete camp. Lower speeds are always the quickest, easiest, and cheapest route to better mpg's. Thread starter peterwinkle; Start date Feb 7, 2016; P. peterwinkle Well-known member. Here's the catch can I used, search in the MkIV forum for a couple threads. Wouldn’t go to anyone else. Most anytime I hear people complain about not getting the mileage results they would like, it's usually a pretty easy guess that they drive 90mph everywhere they go. Labour, RawTek exhaust, Malone tunes, shop supplies etc. OHIO, 14' Jetta TDI "Value Edition" Stage 3 (CR170). Like you said, they do just plug into the obd2 port and check it. Fuel consumption is the same if not better. Imo, leave it in place and get it working properly. Driving home from the shop where I had all this stuff installed was a blast, once the car had warmed up I found myself at some traffic lights with no one behind me, when the lights turned green I planted my right foot in sport mode and the car pulled so much harder through the gears. I did the whole Stage 2 Malone Tune and DPF/Cat/EGR delete a few months ago. In Canada, it's still an offence to remove factory emmisions systems. https://www.ebay.com/itm/VW-TDI-1-9...rentrq:47db6c8c1720aade0357574affaf342a|iid:1, https://www.ebay.com/itm/Billet-Alu...691035&hash=item46740c881f:g:rqMAAOSwp-RaUGhz. I have a 2013 so I don't have the adblue stuff. I’ll be back there for more work down the line. I do everything myself. EGR system does not have much effect on the performance of the engine. The ecu recalibration on my 2014 coloardo the car runs so much better heaps more power and better on fuel 100 percent recommend. Highly recommend. Stalling: When the EGR is clogged and the emission of gases is shut off, stalling arise that means the engine completely shuts off. I cant remember which model does it but one of them allows you to delete the egr … I tow a 3 tonne tipper trailer regularly for work with my Amarok and had found the Amarok to labour with the trailer hooked up pre tune. An EGR delete kit can increase your exhaust gas temperature. My main concern however is emission testing when moving to other provinces. An EGR delete is NOT the end all solution that most claim it to be. During that trip I set the cruise to 70mph and my radio to some Led Zeppelin and Derek Trucks. It sounds so nice, not too loud, no drone, and now I can really hear the turbo whistle at idle. : Rough idle also occurs when there is a problem in the exhaust or a power loss in the vehicle. DPF did not have to be removed. On the average I picked up about a 10% mpg gain. You may want to read that if you haven't. So last week I finally pulled the trigger and had a RawTek DPF & EGR delete exhaust eco kit installed, and as my car is automatic, I had a Malone DSG & stage 2 ECU tune. I have tuned my Amarok and Audi RS6 last year and they are still going strong. I've had my TDI since December 10th, 2014. Just to be clear, you did not order the optional catalytic converter or resonator, correct? Just make sure you've got a good thermostat and temp sensor. Genuine Advice from real experts with no upselling I was kind of hoping the dieselgate thing would keep them scrambling to keep customers, I'll probably just wait it out for a little while at this point and see if VW starts to take care of the problems. I read some fantastic MPG's here and wish I was in that range. Usually within 10 minutes or so the car is up to temp; even on cold east coast mornings. I do like to mess with all my cars a bit though. When they need more money they will find a way to come after you, either the state and/or the federal government. If you have a dsg, then getting 50mpg is very hard to do even with dpf delete. I have yet to fuel up from the trip back but my readout shows 2 MPG higher then my previous tank readout. Should be a Malone, I'd recommend metal barbs for the hose connections, ez to find at a good, plumbing supply or one of the big box stores, liner SS hose clamps, and a. t-bolt clamp for the intercooler connection. Good service ! I don’t want to try to make it something it’s not. But it can be done - in the summer I consistently get 50+ mpg hwy if I keep it under 65 mph. CT checks for CEL and readiness. Everyone has their own opinion about EGR valve and EGR DELETE, It is a good thing to keep EGR valve and clean it all times but for some people is better to remove EGR. I always ran the non fouler trick so I had no light. But getting 50 mpg on a "tank" of fuel usually means long, slow highway road trips. Is this terrible idea? Tuning it out is an option but mine still has some leaking by. It's like driving a different vehicle. Stuff would still be available outside the US. He has a thread in the vendor for sale forum. That came on the 2015 I believe. After the tune I gained a fait bit of extra torque and horsepower which has made the Amarok a great tow vehicle. I saw it was clean with my own eyes so this happened in about 5k miles. I ordered the cheapest version of the kit called ‘straight pipe’ that comes with no cat and no resonator. We have a lot of open road here with very little traffic so I experimented with some 100kph to 140kph (60mph to 85mph) pulls. Overheating: If the EGR is blocked, it results in a noticeable rise in the temperature of the engine. Like you said, they do just plug into the obd2 port and check it. My first tank included several 6 mile trips 1,175 ft rise up the side of the mountain, lots off rain and average speed around 70mph. No problem doing 65 mph in the right lane. It havent noticed a major difference, maybe a few extra minutes since deleting my EGR.
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