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SDI Hesitation/Judder At Low Revs, Fuel Starvation?

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Yes, but not because it's a problem but because I like more how it works. It has a better torque at low revs.
I canceled it only by canceling the EGR vacuum with a screw. The intake flap is still working.

Sometimes I canceled the flap, but except a much noise at idle,  I did not see any improvement.

I really like how it works in this combination: EGR off, 55-degree cetane diesel and 2T oil 100ml/20l diesel:)

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On 4/15/2018 at 8:08 AM, lupo 1.7sdi said:

Yes, but not because it's a problem but because I like more how it works. It has a better torque at low revs.
I canceled it only by canceling the EGR vacuum with a screw. The intake flap is still working.

Sometimes I canceled the flap, but except a much noise at idle,  I did not see any improvement.

I really like how it works in this combination: EGR off, 55-degree cetane diesel and 2T oil 100ml/20l diesel:)

So far, how is your EGR delete going? Better fuel mpg?

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