In the diesel truck universe, few names carry the same weight and admiration as the Dodge Ram equipped with a Cummins engine. For decades, this powerful combo has been revered for its performance, reliability, and sheer power. However, in recent years, a trend has emerged among Ram Cummins aficionados: the art and science of ‘deleting.’
In the vast realm of diesel trucks, Ford’s Powerstroke engines have long held a reputation for durability and performance. Yet, like many diesel engines, they’re not without their challenges. Some Powerstroke owners have been looking towards a procedure known as the EGR delete powerstroke to address certain inefficiencies. But what exactly does this entail, and why is it gaining traction?