I bought my Vette some time ago with the EGR removed. I am not sure if any setting was changed but I am sure the MAP sensor should adjust accordingly?
Funny that at first I didn't really like the C4 generation. After riding in my friends then buying mine, love the C4's. I love my C4, will hate to let it go but right now a C5 for me is my best option.C5's are ugly. For a fraction of the C5 you can buy a new motor online :thumbsup:
At least that's what I'd do. I love the C4's.
After doing some research, I've read that some people delete their EGR system and all is fine. Other says that you need to richen up your tune when you delete EGR.
I will probably be getting my C4 tuned by the end of this month or the next.
Does anyone know if it could be possibly to tune the car with the EGR pipes in place minus the actual EGR valve and blocking the holes on the intake manifold?
I ask because I could easily remove the EGR valve and block the holes on the intake manifold, though I might not remove the pipes on the headers right away.
To clarify myself on why I want this. I'm not doing this for any power gain, I'm doing this for easier removal to certain parts when I perform mechanics on my car. Last year I damaged my coolant crossover pipe because I was too busy trying to get the EGR pipe out the way to change my passenger side valve cover gasket! (Long story short, I turned a simple gasket change into a mission changing crossover pipe, it worked out)
Same hereI deleted my EGR with no ill side effects
Not for a engine performance problem but to get rid of the SES light.People tell you you will need a new prom chip to prevent knocking when under a load or harsh driving conditions.