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Old 10-26-2010, 07:38 PM   #21
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right now city ill get about 300km till fuel light 50/50 highway and city is about 400km. havnt done a 100% highway yet.
your kidding, I get 300 miles city/highway, and far beyond that if i can keep 70 on the freeway. which is hard :)
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lol ^^ it says 300km not miles bud, huge difference there, also i got the egr delete in my tune and yes i believe it does drop the gas mileage but i also have a full 3" exhaust as well as a 65mm tb with the tune as well so idk how much gas mileage i did loose but whatevs i love the gains that i got from it all even though they might not be huge gains im getting ready to get rid of the egr system soon to clear up the engine bay
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lol ^^ it says 300km not miles bud, huge difference there, also i got the egr delete in my tune and yes i believe it does drop the gas mileage but i also have a full 3" exhaust as well as a 65mm tb with the tune as well so idk how much gas mileage i did loose but whatevs i love the gains that i got from it all even though they might not be huge gains im getting ready to get rid of the egr system soon to clear up the engine bay
I know, he only gets 300kms, i get 300 MILES, which is 483 kms. I have a full 2.5" exhaust, 65mm TB, intake, and no name header.
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I know, he only gets 300kms, i get 300 MILES, which is 483 kms. I have a full 2.5" exhaust, 65mm TB, intake, and no name header.

oh ok my b so he is getting horrible gas mileage... ok i get it
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lol yea. if my mileage goes down to v8 numbers with the svt, I will pass haha
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Old 10-29-2010, 06:58 AM   #26
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right now city ill get about 300km till fuel light 50/50 highway and city is about 400km. havnt done a 100% highway yet.
I get really, and i mean REALLY poor economy in the city, i can be as low as 350km. Then as much as 550km on the highway. I still have the EGR system.

Based on the highway being about right, i kinda think the little focus just really doesn't like stop go driving, or im driving like an ass, which is also possible. I certainly don't pin-it off ever stop, but i do hold my shifts, and rarely ever in 4th in the city.
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Yeah, mine is deleted as well. I put in an SVT Header though. I would prefer to have the SVT Header w/ EGR Connect, just for the added security. But in reality, you will be fine with removing it.
did the focus throw a code when you block off the egr and if so how do you get rid of it to pass emissions?
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You have to get a tune otherwise you will get an EGR low flow and excessive flow (forget the two codes). This will show that the EGR is not working and also show a check engine light which in all cases I know will cause failure before they even scan.

A Tune will disable the EGR reporting to "NA". Since the emission systems are "universal" and some vehicles have systems that others don't it only "fails" or flags "Not Ready". If it says "NA" or "Ready" then it passes.

Some places also do an engine check along with the ODB II scan. If they have looked at many focus they will be flagged off the bat that your cat has moved. so may take a closer look. if they see things not hooked up that may raise a flag. so if you don't use the EGR then it may be best to remove it completely, or leave it in made to "look" like it is connected.

All depends on how intelligent and out to get you attitude the emission shop employee has. Most people with a Tune never have a problem, however some have (such as my self)
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You have to get a tune otherwise you will get an EGR low flow and excessive flow (forget the two codes). This will show that the EGR is not working and also show a check engine light which in all cases I know will cause failure before they even scan.

A Tune will disable the EGR reporting to "NA". Since the emission systems are "universal" and some vehicles have systems that others don't it only "fails" or flags "Not Ready". If it says "NA" or "Ready" then it passes.

Some places also do an engine check along with the ODB II scan. If they have looked at many focus they will be flagged off the bat that your cat has moved. so may take a closer look. if they see things not hooked up that may raise a flag. so if you don't use the EGR then it may be best to remove it completely, or leave it in made to "look" like it is connected.

All depends on how intelligent and out to get you attitude the emission shop employee has. Most people with a Tune never have a problem, however some have (such as my self)
ok thanks. ive been doing alot of research on this.. probly goin to get egr welded in. but the guy that does my inspection i kno him really well, so hed pass it but if it throws a code he cant pass it.. the inspection stuff goes through the computer in NC.
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any one tried deleting the EGR but still having it??

IE the system is still there making the computer happy, but its pulling in air from the intake?

http://mechdb.com/index.php/Ford_Escort_EGR_elimination

its a how-to for a escort, but the system is more or less the same...
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