An EGR(exhaust gas recirculator) can do no good for engine performance.Ever. The engine never wants the mixture to be diluted with exhaust gases.All that does is take up space in the cylinder that could have been filled with new mixture to burn for power.Always bad for peformance.The only thing it's good for is pleasing the emissions sniffer probe.That said, you need to be sure that nothing else is going to get screwed-up by taking it off.I have no clue what the injector impedance is on the C5.
Actually, ACE, as you should know from your auto experience, the EGR tends to cool the combustion mixture on an emissions controlled engine to quell the riot of detonation. Removing the EGR without enrichening, remapping or retiming MAY result in a hole in the top of the piston. I'm not saying that there isn't performance to be gained with a totally clean reactible gas mixture - I'm saying that this isn't a 1974 Dodge Monaco .... the cam timing as well as the fuel mapping and ignition mapping of the UCE have carefully considered to utilise the EGR circuit for the IDM bikes. They are clean enough HERE to do without them, since we have the capability of having the O2 sensor. Chinoy - I'll try to get that injector coil resistance back to you soon. Stay tuned!