wes said:Remove it entirely even the upper portion connecting to the IM and then as suggested remove the vacuum line. That is what I did on my car. I then used the hole in the intake manifold as a source for my vacuum distribution manifold.
200sx98fl said:will that be the same on the 98 200sx.....i wanna rip mine out. literally!
edit : I though we could just block the part on the header and then on the egr valve....
Care to elaborate on this? When I get my engine back in...the EGR section will be taken off, so I'd like to know how to avoid CEL from coming on.wes said:Yes but if you have a JWT ECU then can do an EGR resistor. I have this on my car/computer and it works perfect.
Not sure what there is to elaborate on. If you have a JWT ECU you can have JWT modify the ECU so that yo do not throw a CEL on the EGR.SentraStyleEMW said:Care to elaborate on this? When I get my engine back in...the EGR section will be taken off, so I'd like to know how to avoid CEL from coming on.
The point is that on many turbo cars there is quit e abit of fabrication involved in keeping it connected and it also creates quite abit of crap being bolwn back into the intake. So for turbo cars it makes more sense, but for mild bolt-on cars it is not worth it.pimpride said:So what is the point of bypassing it?