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Old 05-07-2013, 04:06 PM   #1
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gt40 internal or external

my stock setup has the egr on the outside of the throttle body spacer.. so when I purchase a gt40 upper and lower should it have the internal or external egr.. I currently am looking at an internal egr intake.. what would I do with the egr that was outside the spacer?

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my stock setup has the egr on the outside of the throttle body spacer.. so when I purchase a gt40 upper and lower should it have the internal or external egr.. I currently am looking at an internal egr intake.. what would I do with the egr that was outside the spacer?
and I know some people have been trying to help me but I just want to officially clear this up
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OMG i just realized Ive have my info backwards. Internal EGR for the GT40 = passages to mount EGR externally on TB spacer.

Their "External" EGR uses a line from the manifold.

BTW the explorer doesnt use the ACT sensor like the fox uses, which is located on the #5 runner on the lower intake. The spot is there on the explorer intake but not drilled/tapped. can do that or move it around by the TB but upstream.
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OMG i just realized Ive have my info backwards. Internal EGR for the GT40 = passages to mount EGR externally on TB spacer.

Their "External" EGR uses a line from the manifold.

BTW the explorer doesnt use the ACT sensor like the fox uses, which is located on the #5 runner on the lower intake. The spot is there on the explorer intake but not drilled/tapped. can do that or move it around by the TB but upstream.
I was told not to make a coolant return line to save 6-8hp.. what is your opinion on this?
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