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VW MKVI-A6 Jetta Sedan (~ 2011+) Discussions area for the MkVI (2011+) Jetta sedan. This model was originally codenamed NCS (New Compact Sedan).

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Old October 4th, 2019, 13:40   #1
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Angry 2011 jetta dpf/egr delete

O/k..looking at the buzzkin dpf delet kit.. also want the egr delete..only place I can find the egr delete is thru rawtek ..kit is 1195.00! for the dpf and egr delete ( 3.0 inch, really don't need the 3 inch)..the buzzkin dpf delete is 500.00 (2.5 inch)..no egr delete there..the raw is 1195.00 for the complete dpf and egr delete..is there anyway to get the buzzkin dpf delete and buy the egr delete from some one else ? Can't be too much just for the egr delete..HUH? would like to save a few hundred dollars if possible...just can't seem to find JUST the egr delete for the 2011 tdi manual jetta..getting the stage 2 tune also. Thanx!

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Old October 4th, 2019, 14:04   #2
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well just saw the raw "eco kit" should be o/k at 830.00...still wondering where to just get the egr delete alone though..I also like the buzzkin dpf delete for 500.00..Thanx

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Old October 9th, 2019, 13:15   #3
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Isn’t the egr delete just a block off plate?
Also rawtek is made with higher quality Stainless
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Old October 9th, 2019, 13:34   #4
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Isnít the egr delete just a block off plate?
Also rawtek is made with higher quality Stainless
Delete can be done progromatically.

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Good to know, thanks
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Old October 9th, 2019, 14:45   #6
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Delete can be done progromatically.
Don't think this is true. If you want to stop the regens you have to physically delete the DPF. Otherwise it will plug up. And you should bypass the low pressure EGR. You can shut off the high pressure one, but most people block that off, too.
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I think the OP understands about the dpf just trying to figure out blocking/deleting/programming the egr off
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Yea..it can be controlled thru programming.. still trying to figure out how much though..and what effects it would have..versus a hardware delete which is TOTALLY gone! Thanx guys! Going to talk with Kerma tomorrow and go from there...I was going for the Malone 2 and egr dpf delete...Kerma claims their tune will prolong the dpf...and other benefits ( H.P./torque mpg's etc..) and still keep the warranty.. we'll see

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30 bucks if you want to remove the cooler assembly.
https://www.tunemyeuro.com/egr-coole...r-tdi-engines/

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Don't think this is true. If you want to stop the regens you have to physically delete the DPF. Otherwise it will plug up. And you should bypass the low pressure EGR. You can shut off the high pressure one, but most people block that off, too.
Oh I thought he meant egr. Owain Malone guy can probably answer that privately but last exhausts we installed we just blocked off the egr cooler exhaust. Think the software keeps it closed too. Either way with tune and exhaust you're going to be happier.

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