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    EGR Delete, Allard VAG 1.9TDI PD130

    I have for sale my Allard EGR delete kit. Brand spanking new! Never used or trial fitted.
    Still have the original jiffy bag and receipt from Allard motor sport.

    I want 55 posted
    Allard have it for sale now at 54+5.50 postage so you are getting a deal!
    Only selling as i got rid of my Ibiza

    here is some info from Allard's website:


    VW, Seat, Skoda & Audi Tdi 130 pd engines

    As your original EGR system becomes blocked, dysfunctional and effects economy the Allard EGR Kit is a direct and simple replacement as a d.i.y option... Get rid of all the problems associated with faulty or leaking EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) systems. Power Pipe kits replace exhaust gas re-circulation (EGR) valve assembly, for improved performance, thermal efficiency, fuel consumption and smoke emission. Eliminates tar and sediment build up inside the inlet manifold, which in turn reduces air flow. Improves thermal efficiency by reducing heat build up in the inlet manifold. The Power Pipe has no internal restrictions, unlike the original EGR valve assembly. All these benefits combine to give improvements in overall fuel consumption and performance with a reduction in exhaust smoke. Fits the following engines - Golf / Bora /Passat / Audi / Seat / Skoda 130 TDI Improved economy Uprated internal flow Improved response Boost connection adaptor No leaking connections SPECIFICATION: Total Product length 120 mm Core tube diameter - 57mm (large version) Alloy grade 5356 (high anti corrosive properties) Polished finish on tube Boost connection adaptor @ 8mm o/d Blanking plate with gasket 2 x M8 nuts 2 x M8 spring washers 2 x M8 flat washers 3 x M6 stainless allen head bolts "O" ring seal Fitting instructions 60 mm Hose clip Easily fitted as D.I.Y option

    Now i went and ended up getting the SFS hose kit and this is too small to fit. It will however fit the standard hoses if you chop off the metal connector. Full instructions are supplied aslong with all the mounting hardware you need.

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    So do you loose the valve that stops the engine run on?

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    Yeh it removes that function from the engine

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    Does it not need to be coded? As there may be a fault with the egr valve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosky View Post
    Does it not need to be coded? As there may be a fault with the egr valve?
    Yeh as far i i know you will get a EML appear but i dont know anymore.
    I know i got that when a wire broke going to the EGR vavle.

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    Price drop to 50 posted

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    Super bump. going on ebay today

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