Mazda BT50 (2006-2011) Munji EGR Delete Module – PPD Performance NZ

Mazda BT50 (2006-2011) Munji EGR Delete Module

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Mazda BT50 (2006-2011) Munji EGR Delete Module available on AfterPay. We deliver Australia-wide! – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth.

We have found that in approximately 1 in 10 vehicles which run this module, the following error code is set "Air Intake Temperature Sensor Range Performance - P0111".

Through testing, we have found the above error code can be deleted by:-
  1. Disconnecting the battery overnight; OR if this fails
  2. Having a mechanic perform a "MAF Re-Learn". We have been told that this is only a 5 minute job for a mechanic to do this for you.

What is this?

This modification loom deletes your EGR system. The loom is a fully molded and has a double-shielded construction. No tools are required to install the loom and it takes seconds to install. It is a simple plug and play design.

The modification loom does not set off any engine codes.

Like all EGR modifications, they are not road legal, but there are no issues with this modification with new car warranties as you can simply unplug it when heading in for your services. There will be no sign of any modification ever being done.

This kit is a professionally made product and designed by specialists and it comes with a full year replacement warranty (from the date of purchase).

If you are running a blanking plate, you may experience issues and I cannot guarantee that the cable will work to its full potential. Please keep this in mind before purchasing the cable. You can always remove the plate if you experience issues.

Each product is inspected and Dielectric Grease is applied to the pins of the plugs (Male & Female), for information about the grease please refer to the images of the grease I use (Tube of grease not included just applied). I personally apply this dielectric grease on all my plugs on my cars to prevent any issues from the elements, mainly the corrosive properties of salt water. Even though all plugs in your engine bay are IP rated, there is still a chance of atmospheric pressure changes that can draw in contaminants. This is used in all marine applications as a precaution, my background is in marine craft and old habits are hard to kick. 

What are the benefits?

EGR stands for "Exhaust Gas Recirculation". Put simply, it recycles your exhaust gases back into your engine in order to reduce the amount of gases and pollution put into the atmosphere by your car. Why should you care? Well, it means burnt, deoxygenated, hot air with carbon deposits being circulated through your intake system.

This results in premature wear and blockage to your intake system/motor.

Although the main purpose of this EGR delete is to deal with the issues above, customers who have purchased this modification loom have experienced the following additional benefits:-

1. Performance gains (including better fuel consumption, smoother boost/power delivery).

2. Quieter running engine.

3. Clean, fresh air intake.

4. No limp mode or fault codes.

The EGR system is a necessary evil (to your engine) to reduce pollution emissions. As such, whilst it is good for the environment, it is bad for your engine. 

There are some articles out there stating these EGR looms are bad for your engine, to clarify the loom does not change the engine coolant running temperature, it modifies the ambient air reading at the MAF Sensor. With these vehicles, the ambient air reading is only used for the EGR operations and therefore does not impact the air-fuel ratios. From this, the only change that is made with air fuel ratios would be the more efficient running of the engine, due to not sucking in the exhaust gases.

What vehicles does this suit? 

  • 2006 - 2011 (mid) Mazda BT-50 3.0L and 2. engine model WEAT
  • 2006 - 2011 (mid) Ford Ranger PJ/PK 3.0L and 2.5L engine model WEAT