I'm putting together the intake manifold on my new engine (http://www.st162.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=4289) which is reintroducing a bunch of vacuum lines onto the engine. to reduce the impact of swapping the engine out, I have kept the intake manifold the same. Now that is all cool, but a lot of the lines on there deal with the EGR, and this being a JDM 3SGE, the engine does not have the little EGR port drilled in the head like the 88's had. I am thinking of simply bolting the EGR valve on there as if the port was already there, but I'm kind of worried how that might affect performance. I'm starting to think it would make the engine more simplistic to put together if I just remove the EGR system altogether; the area I live in has no smog tests, so I don't need to worry about that. If I remove the EGR, What do I need to remove other than the valve itself? I see the lines connect to a Canister inside the engine compartment. do I need to remove that?