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EGR Delete Kit for 1.9 PD105 2.0 16v PD and CR TDI Engines Includes everything you need to delete your EGR and EGR cooler on 2009 and newer Volkswagen TDI engines.

Volkswagen TDI EGR Delete Race Pipe 1.9 8v 2.0 16v PD and CR 2009-2014 CBEA CJAA

$64.99Price
  • Product Information

    EGR Delete Kit for 1.9 PD105 & 2.0 16v PD and Common Rail TDI Engines

     Fits many VW / Audi / Seat and Skoda Vehicles 1.9 8v TDI & 2.0 16v TDI Engines

    Reduces inlet air temperatures = more power

    Prevents inlet and turbo from clogging up

    Polished aluminium finish

    100% Made in the USA 

    This kit consists of:

    TDI Upgrades Race Pipe

    EGR Blanking Plate (for Turbo EGR Port)

    Vented Grub Screw (Boost Guage Takeoff)

     

    Grub Screw (to block Boost Port)
     
    O-Ring Seal
     
    Everything is included to delete your EGR and EGR cooler with this kit, some of the pieces are not pictured. 

     

    This kit replaces the EGR Valve and fits neatly between the Anti Shudder Valve and Inlet Manifold. Retaining the ASV means the engine still remains smooth when switching off the ignition

     Our unique Grub Screw design allows for the neatest possible install, removing the bulky brass fitting found on other EGR Delete Kits. The hole also eliminates the need to fit an 'in-line' reducer to stop the boost guage from fluttering under heavy load. The design also means that customers who will not be using the boost takeoff will have a clean looking install

     

    Our design is almost exactly the same profile as the standard EGR Valve, which allows all the stock fixings to be used.

    Will fit the following vehicles

    Audi

    • A3 TDI (8P) w/ 2.0L CBEA Engine (2009-2014)

    Volkswagen

    • Beetle TDI w/ 2.0L CJAA Engine (2013-2014)
    • Golf TDI Mk6 w/ 2.0 CJAA Engine (2010-2014)
    • Jetta TDI MkV (A5 chassis) w/ 2.0 CBEA/CJAA Engine (2009-2010)
    • Jetta TDI MkVI w/ 2.0 CJAA Engine (2011-2014)
    • Sportwagen TDI w/ 2.0L CBEA/CJAA Engine (2009-2014)