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cfm+ largemouth kit

Just got done installing a cfm large mouth intake kit on my 04, 10:06pm. The kit was straight forward to install, i ran the truck for a while and everything seems to be running right. Now i have a question for you all, to install the large mouth kit i had to take off the egr setup that sits under the intake. Should i still do the entire egr delete kit, or run what i have now? any suggestions would be great. I will try to post some pics later this weekend.!!!
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EGR setup under the intake?? You sure you aren't talking about the throttle body (which 04's are the only ones to have had)?? And if you are, then yeah, you should still do the EGR delete...

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yeah if you have an 03 or 04 you have a throttle body which never did anything to being with, i guess the plan was to have the parts there and implement it in future generations but was later removed, you will still need to do an EGR delete, which is the long 2x2 like pipe on the passanger side under the intake manifold!
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Nice job.... do you have any pic's?
I need to do a intake elbow,just don't know which one...

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i would go with the largemouth, mostly becuase you get 3 ports, a new pipe, and 2 new boots that are WAAAAy better than OEM quality. I never thought I would need three ports, becuase I just wanted a boost gage but now that im thinking abotu doing nitrous im very happy!
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Sounds good...and Nitros is always fun
Did you throw a code after removing the butterfly valve?
Mines an 04 also....

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i didnt throw a code and i have an 03, you should be in the clear!
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I have the cfm+ large mouth kit and have been running it for a while now. Deleting the throttle body plate will not throw a CEL...you'll be fine.

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i was have asleep when i wrote that- i took the throttle body off. So now the plan is an egr delet. Any kit out there that would be the best buy?.......................pics coming soon!!
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i was have asleep when i wrote that- i took the throttle body off. So now the plan is an egr delet. Any kit out there that would be the best buy?.......................pics coming soon!!
i like the kit from RCD but dfuser sells some to

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