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post #1 of 3 Old 11-26-2011, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
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need help..in the middle of replacing turbo/ped orings

i was disconnecting everything from the turbo including the red pressure line from the wastegate and it rotted off..am i able to just replace the actuator on the turbo? can i leave it as is or is it needed?

02 F250 7.3 Ext. Cab Long Bed
6637 DIY intake, muffler delete, EBPV delete, 6.0 cooler, ISSPRO gauges
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A lot of guys disconnect that hose and run with out it, me included.
Seems to build boost faster, feels better to my butt dyno.

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haha right on, i dont feel bad about ghetto rigging it...had to widen the hole a bit, 1/4-20 tap, put a brass bolt in it with a hole drilled in the center with the head cut off...fit perfect on the hose connector lol...i thought it would throw a code or something i wasnt sure...

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6637 DIY intake, muffler delete, EBPV delete, 6.0 cooler, ISSPRO gauges
285/75/16 BFG a/t's
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