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hello i have a 95 f250 psd. wanting to gut ebpv. i know how to take off butterfly valve. wanting to know what to plug to prevent oil leaks. write up with pics would be great. please help
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take it apart, remove the rod, pipe tap and plug the hole, its a piece of cake.
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any pics or write ups? wanna be 100% sure how to do this without any problems or leaks. please help
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Could you delete the valve but leave the rod in the turbo

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hello i have a 95 f250 psd. wanting to gut ebpv. i know how to take off butterfly valve. wanting to know what to plug to prevent oil leaks. write up with pics would be great. please help
Look here
Gutting the Exhaust Back Pressure Valve - 1994-1997 Power Stroke FAQ
TheDieselStop.Com Photo Hosting - OEM_EBV_Pedestal_tapped_and_plugged2
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do u have to remove the turbo and pedestal to plug the hole
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What's the benefit of removing the ebpv?
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so valve dont close randomly down the road. i believe better air flow for turbine too. air wants to spin coming out of turnine but hits the butterfly valve inside ebpv housing which blocks airflow even when the valve is open.. which in turn cuts down turbo lagg? someone correct me if im wrong?

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so valve dont close randomly down the road. i believe better air flow for turbine too. air wants to spin coming out of turnine but hits the butterfly valve inside ebpv housing which blocks airflow even when the valve is open.. which in turn cuts down turbo lagg? someone correct me if im wrong?
The best benefit is better air flow, it block airflow about a 20%, and is equal to low EGTs.
The valve dont close ramdomly downd the road only close, in normal conditions, during warm up.
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yea what he said. but anyways do i have to remove the turbo and pedestal to plug hole? i am really gonna hate trying to break the bolts loose on the turbo. will prolly break off. im sure they have never been removed off the truck before. prolly wouldnt hurt to replace oring in oil gallery tho
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