Nope... No benefits. Removing the EGR would just make your car spew out more NOx emissions... A big no-no since you're in California. If you're having idle problems, and you suspect the EGR, then clean it out with some throttle body cleaner.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Soopastank:
Would a 96 SE-R benefit from removing the EGR? Has anybody done this in their 96?