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Old 11-17-2006, 03:04 PM
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i am interested and have no idea what your talking about. What is EBV is that like the wastegate. where is it at. im lost
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Ebpv?

Im new to this sight but still havnt heard much about this mod. Any further write-up's or information related to do this myself ?
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I should've thought about that when I had my turbo off!
Well that would have been nice!!! But since you have done it, you should have the info I need!?!?!? You might be my new best friend! HA HA HA
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Old 11-17-2006, 04:03 PM
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Has anyone done a full writeup on this w/ pics?
I found a good right up on this one thread but I don't remember the link. but the link didn't show any thing on the removal of the turbo it self. If you search "EBPV" you should find the thread with the link. Sorry I'm not to computer literate!! AT ALL!!!!
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Cool Ebpv

I don't know if this is ok to say but superdutydiesel.com has a wiki page with step by step instructions and photo's. Something else to think about allthough I'm still dragging my feet is the GDS 4" outlet housing. I bought one but the honey do list some how has moved to the top of the list. It has a true 4" hole, not the 2.8" that the stock one has. It's $150.00 plus shipping.
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Old 11-17-2006, 05:20 PM
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Here is a link. I didn't do the pedistal part of it. And instaead of a freeze plug I tapped the hole to 1/2 pipe and used a pipe plug.Also on a 94.5-97 it is possible to remove EBPV housing w/o removing the turbo, On a 99 and newer it is also possible but the turbo is pretty easy to remove. And alot easier to remove the ebpv with the turbo off.

http://superdutydiesel.com/wiki2/tik...p?articleId=21

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Old 11-17-2006, 05:36 PM
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the only problem not taking the turbo off and just letting the rod hang loose is you will get a real bad oil leak at the rod and turbo.from just bouncing around from driving.the rod has a paper washer that keeps it from leaking.
i just fixed a buddys that was just unhook a year ago.
the best way is to remove the turbo take the rod out of the turbo and put a pipe plug where the rod was.i also cut the wire plug from the turbo and remove or cut the pins in it.plug that part of the plug back in the live end so you don't have a open plug laying in the valley
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Old 11-17-2006, 05:46 PM
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Mines been unhooked for a year and havn't had a leak yet, I've kept the wiring unplugged so it doesn't energize the actuator.
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Old 11-17-2006, 05:48 PM
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ya but you have the updated stuff in the SD
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http://gts-motorsports.com/turboexhrbld.html
Thought it might help someone with this subject.
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