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Old 05-29-2014, 07:43 PM   #8 (permalink)
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The 6.4l powerstroke egr cooler is withthe flexable exhaust outlet or inlet 24 inches long.
This one has 3 coolant ports. The smallest one appears to be a bleed port and takes a half inch hose and has a tiny port useless for moving large volumes of coolant. The other 2 coolant ports are 7/8 inch and 5/8 inch. The 5/8 and half inch bleed port are next to each other.
The exhaust inlet and out let ports are both 1.5 inch. Flange bolt holes are centered 2.75 inches apart.
There appears to be a sensor port, which I verified to be 1/4NPT.

Possible modifications:
The half inch bleed port might be drilled out to something useable or welded over and plugged up.
The flexable outlet can be bent in any direction needed.
The 1/4"NPT port could be used to direct more EGR back to the engine.
The non flex outlet 6.4l cooler should be about 4 inches shorter and that will make shipping little cheaper.
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