2002 truck with pre ELD engine

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  1. aaronpeterbilt3787

    aaronpeterbilt3787 Medium Load Member

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    Egr didn’t start till like 2003.5. That’s when cat went from a 6nz to a MBN serial number. Detroit the same. 2004 generally first model years with emissions I do believe.
     
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    First and the worst across all makes, although, there are exceptions to that rule.
     
  4. Brettj3876

    Brettj3876 Road Train Member

    My take is the 02-03 that didn't have EGR were surplus left over stock???
     
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  5. aaronpeterbilt3787

    aaronpeterbilt3787 Medium Load Member

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    Not as far as I know. I had an 02 379 with 6nz cat. Know plenty of guys with same. 03 1/2 to 04 1/2 was a MBN cat. Bridge motor. 04 1/2 acert began. Pretty sure anyways. I also know Detroit produced a 14L non egr engine I believe same time frame as cats MBN.
     
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    Detroit produced a 14 liter non egr engine for sale in the starting in the 98 model year, 525 and 550 horsepower in other makes, and up to 575 horsepower for Freightliner.

    Someone had a 550 Detroit in a Ford, and used that as his screen name.

    The 14 liter egr horsepower rating topped out at 515. Starting in 2003 but there were n14s in factory 2003 FLDs. We had 3 of them, 2 grenaded when they got too many miles on them, I drove one once, and it pulled the live haul trailer really well that one time.

    N14s were decidedly not modified for EGR.

    I drove a non egr ISX for awhile, too. Electrical issues galore with those.
     
  7. Truckin1983

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    Have a late 2003 BSX that's been converted to a 6NZ. Does anyone know if this will have any effects under the ELD mandate?
     
  8. 062

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    It’s still a 2003 block. All you did is change a few bolt on parts and flash ecm.
     
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