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THIS EGR DELETE KIT & BLOCK PLATE SET IS NOW BACK IN STOCK & AVAILABLE FOR SALE BUT STOCK IS LIMITED! ORDER TODAY!
How to order:
We got a small supply of the EGR Delete Kits delivered recently from our machinist. I don’t know how many more we’re going to get as they keep increasing the production cost.
The total cost, shipped within the USA is $99. If you want one, please send a $49 deposit to me via PayPal at [email protected]. I’ll reserve one for you and then when the kit is packaged up and ready for shipment, I’ll email instructions for the remaining balance. We’ve been shipping these out within 24-36 hours from California. (If you’re outside the USA, there will be $20 additional shipping.)
Installation is extremely straight-forward and the included instructions are clear but if you need additional help, just email me! Lextreme customers have been extremely happy with their results. This is the quickest, easiest and most important mod available for the 1UZFE, bar none!
About the kit:
The EGR block-off plates are for the 1990-1994 Lexus LS400 and 1992-1996 SC400. (We’ve been told that they do work on 1995, 1996 and 1997 1UZFE Models but need a little modification. We’re working on a kit specifically for those models but if you have a little ingenuity, this will work with a slight modification!)
These high quality CNC machined mild steel plates were designed by engineers and will allow you to completely remove the EGR system.
Why is this really important?
The factory EGR system allows super-heated exhaust gases to re-circulate from the rear of the cylinder head back to the intake manifold. The excessive heat at the rear of the head has been known to be the cause of detonation.
I have personally witnessed malfunctioning EGR valves leak and reduce performance and increase exhaust noise. I also experience cracked EGR pipe and my “check engine” light came on.
I drove around for a year with my EGR pipe cracked and its a very common problem with Lexus V8 engine. After I replaced my EGR pipe the “check engine” light was gone and no more exhaust leak and noise. However, it was expensive. Replacing the EGR pipe is very expensive in parts and labor.
This kit will simply eliminate these problems forever!
The stock gasket can be re-used from the EGR system. Installation instructions and the proper value resistor which prevents MIL/CEL are also included.
THIS ITEM IS NOW BACK IN STOCK & AVAILABLE FOR SALE BUT STOCK IS LIMITED! ORDER TODAY!
The whole package is only $99 (FREE S/H to USA).
Here is what you get:
* Exhaust Passenger Side Block Plate
* Intake Exhaust Plate
* Side EGR Block Plate
* Resistor (to prevent MIL)
* All Necessary Washers
* Radiator Bypass Hose
* New Vacuum Line
* Plug Caps
* Everything you need in one premium kit!
Here are just some of the benefits:
* Lower Intake Temperature, therefore increased horsepower
* Slightly better gas mileage
* Reduce expensive Lexus Parts for repair of EGR systems, etc.
* Increase Exhaust flow for Turbo Application
* Cleaner look of your engine bay
* Easier to change Injectors and other parts due to EGR delete.
“Thought it was going to be thin and cheap but actually impressed with its quality. thanks!” – marcellowilliams
You can remove the following:
* Vacuum Pipe
* EGR VSV
* Fuel Pressure VSV
* Accelerator Bracket
* EGR Valve and Vacuum Modulator
* EGR pipe
* Radiator coolant bypass
* Misc. Vacuum lines
Above: Red Brackets above are what you can remove. Green bracket means the system can be deleted.
This is how it looks after installation of the kit:
Once again, we are not a company but we are enthusiasts and we do this because we love our car and engine. By purchasing from us, you support this site and inspire others in the community to do the same.
Still undecided about whether you need to delete the EGR system? Watch our very own Kelvin (gloverman from the forums) explain and demonstrate in the video below! (skip to 11:45 for the best part)Do you have any questions? If so, please head over to the forums to get a quick answer or share your experience!