A New EGR Filter For Select Power Stroke And Duramax Engines

EGR Filter

I know many of you do not like talking about emissions on diesel trucks, but unfortunately, they are something we will forever have to deal with. The aftermarket understands that, and most diesel-part manufacturers are creating parts to not only keep your emissions intact but also enhance performance and longevity. Take for instance the new FASS Fuel Systems’ EGR Filter kit.

An unfiltered EGR system can lead to a clogged EGR cooler and valves, and particulate matter buildup in intakes, grid heaters, intake valves, and on top of piston rings. If left unchecked, excessive particulate matter can even be introduced into your engine oil.

FASS’ new EGR Filter is a real game changer for owners of  2017-2019 Ford trucks powered by 6.7-liter Power Stroke engines, and 6.6-liter Duramax-powered 2017-2022 Chevrolet and GMC trucks. I am told this filter kit gives truck owners a maintenance-free filter that eliminates 85 percent of particulate matter from the EGR stream. By accomplishing that, you can extend the life of EGR valves and coolers. What’s more, it reduces soot buildup on piston rings, intake valves, and inside manifolds. I don’t know about you, but I do not see a downside.

For diesel truck owners, this is a simple bolt-on upgrade, that can be installed in less than two hours. And since it can dramatically improve the life of the EGR System and vital engine components it seems like a no-brainer.

This new filtration kit is engineered and manufactured right here in the USA, and the FASS EGR Kits utilize a system-specific filter — not an off-the-shelf kit. This filter is self-regenerating and maintenance-free.

All FASS EGR Filter Kits feature a 409 stainless steel body, with TIG-welded 304 stainless tubing for the best possible durability, fit, and finish. While this filter might not have been something you thought about before, now you can see how important one can be to your truck.

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Randy Bolig has been working on cars and has been involved in the hobby ever since he bought his first car when he was only 14 years old. His passion for performance got him noticed by many locals, and he began helping them modify their vehicles.
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