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Old 12-15-2011, 10:13 PM
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Just to make sure i got it right

Im pulling my turbo here soon to put a new compressor wheel on it and change the fuel pump so i figured while its out i will eliminate the EBPV. im lookin for a right up with pictures so i plug the right holes and what not and make sure i do it right. any body got suggestions? thanks a much! oh and what is a good rule of thumb for a timeline to rebuild your turbo? if there is one lol
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why you eliminating it? it's very useful as a jake brake
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why you eliminating it? it's very useful as a jake brake
If you have a stick.......
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Old 12-16-2011, 07:28 AM
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Works for auto if you do tc lock up
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Old 12-16-2011, 07:37 AM
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yes then it does. To me its not worth the possible oil leak. when the plunger goes out, the oil pours out of it.
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Im pulling my turbo here soon to put a new compressor wheel on it and change the fuel pump so i figured while its out i will eliminate the EBPV. im lookin for a right up with pictures so i plug the right holes and what not and make sure i do it right. any body got suggestions? thanks a much! oh and what is a good rule of thumb for a timeline to rebuild your turbo? if there is one lol
Are YOU actually putting on the new compressor? Because if you are, I hope you have the tools and bench to balance the shaft

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It probably works better on an auto, because the auto's on these automatically engine-brake when you let off the throttle.. no down-shifting via the gear selector necessary.
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Are YOU actually putting on the new compressor? Because if you are, I hope you have the tools and bench to balance the shaft



It probably works better on an auto, because the auto's on these automatically engine-brake when you let off the throttle.. no down-shifting via the gear selector necessary.
ya but isnt it easy to float a valve or something along those lines with an auto?
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Only if rpm isn't high enough.
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ya but isnt it easy to float a valve or something along those lines with an auto?
No, just dont lock up your tc below 30mph or something like that...
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balance the shaft? i had a extra one i was messin with at work and i just used a 5/8 socket and it came right off. threw it back on and it seemed to work just fine. i am thinking about buying the rebuild kit too doesnt look that hard. those turbos are pretty simple. and i dont need it as a engine brake. and yes mine does leak oil and im tired of the noise it makes haha frustrating thanks for the info guys
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