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Old 01-05-2011, 07:24 PM
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EBPV Gutting Help

Alright, I'm going to gut the EBPV cause I have a terrible leak. Anything I should do while I'm in there? Rebuild turbo? Do I need the "turbo re-install kit" I see everywhere? I'm going to get rid of the butterfly valve and all, and probably going to buy the non-ebpv pedestal since I found one for a reasonable price for the OBS. I'm just trying to avoid creating or opening up another leak while doing this mod/fix. My old man is really getting on me for it leaking and he'll shoot me if this doesn't fix it with the time and money I'm about to spend. Thanks in advance!
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Old 01-05-2011, 08:37 PM
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4 turbo o-rings( 2 big and 2 small)-Ford Dealer
Up pipe gaskets known to start leaking buy ones for a SBC they crush more- Parts store
Turbo Flange to turbo gasket-Ford Dealer
2 Square cut fuel line seals for lines at rear of head-Ford dealer
And if you really wanted to do it the easy way:
Fuel Pump-Parts store and Banjo bolt gaskets-Ford dealer kinda a PIA with the turbo on if you dont have a skinny wrench

If you wanted to throw on a D66 lol

You can delete the butterfly for ALOT less then a new peadastal all you need is a 1/8" plug, tube of BLACK RTV silicone, and a 7/16 bolt, nut, and 2 washers.
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Old 01-06-2011, 03:13 AM
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What are the 4 turbo o-rings? Are the crush gaskets the ones between the y pipe and the up pipes? At the moment, everything else is good. I don't have sort of fuel leak. Also, I hate to throw on a D66 when I really don't have the power for that yet. I think I'm still gonna get the pedestal just for the clean look. I really don't want the tap job to leak
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Old 01-06-2011, 06:09 AM
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i bought all 4 O-rings and the flange gasket off ebay...12.50 shipped...and when doing the install...it works best to glue the orings to the block before trying to reseat the turbo...also...pulling the turbo is a PITA...gonna need a 15mm crows foot for the bottom exhaust flange bolts...and a 1/4" U-joint for the pedestal bolts
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:02 AM
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When you pull the turbo off you'll see 2 o rings on the valley, ones for oil supply and ones for return. Also between the peadastal and turbo their are two more. And yes those are the crush gaskets im talking about. I did mine 34K ago and it hasn't leaked a drop
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:21 AM
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Thanks a bunch to both of you guys! I have heard of using the crows foot and I hope it works well. I think I'm gonna do the O-rings, and the gasket probably. I don't know if I'll do any of the fuel related things. Only thing, should I rebuild the turbo? Thanks again!
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