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08-03-2002 03:31 PM
KULTULZ The crossover tube was for the Thermactor System, right?

I would check with Painless Wiring as they have the custom harness and prom chip to also remove the MAF sensor from the system and allow for the removal of the EGR/Thermactor systems. The chip will also enrichen the fuel curve and bring more timimg advance in. There will also be an ALDL hook-up and MIL lamp included.
08-03-2002 02:46 PM
Tuned Port Info

1989 Corvette TPI, want to remove EGR system prior to install in my 40 Ford.

Have removed crossover tube to exhaust headers and blanked it off on the intake.

Do I have to do any other work to this system other than not hooking up to harness.

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