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Old 12-04-2009, 09:57 PM
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EBPV AGAIN???? WTF?

OK GOT OFF WORK JUS NOW LET THE TRUCK WARM UP FOR ABOUT 15 MIN GOT IN TOOK OFF TRUCK WOULD ONLY GO 10 MPH WEIRD THE VALVE USUALLY OPENS AFTER I PUT MY FOOT TO THE PEDDLE FOR ABOUT 15 SEC BUT IT SEEMED LIKE IT WAS STUCK I COULDT GO ANY FASTER???

SO AFTER ABOUT TEN MINUTES WENT BY IT FINALLY OPENED AND I COULD DRIVE NORMAL... AFTER THAT EVERYTHING WAS FINE.

I KNOW ALOT OF YOU GUYS TAKE THAT VALVE COMPLETLEY OF YOURS SHOULD I JUS DO THAT TO MINE AND JUS MAKE SURE I WARM IT UP ALL THE TIME GOOD BEFORE I LEAVE? SRY FOR ALL THE CAPS TOO LAZY TO GO BACK AND CHANGE IT
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oh and for some of us that have bigger exhaust is are ebpv supposed to be louder when that hissing noise comes on rather than stock exhaust would be quiter??? maybe??
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Yes a larger exhaust will amplify the noise. I know many remove it, but it is there for a reason, why not spray some lube so it doesn't stick?????? Imagine that, maintanance instead od destruction, what a concept!!! Just picking but that is my opinion, now for everyone to tell you to yank it!!!!
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Yes a larger exhaust will amplify the noise. I know many remove it, but it is there for a reason, why not spray some lube so it doesn't stick?????? Imagine that, maintanance instead od destruction, what a concept!!! Just picking but that is my opinion, now for everyone to tell you to yank it!!!!
I don't think I'd ever get rid of mine. EBPV closed with high idle turned on the chip. My truck gets up to temp pretty quick.
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Old 12-05-2009, 07:22 AM
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Yes a larger exhaust will amplify the noise. I know many remove it, but it is there for a reason, why not spray some lube so it doesn't stick?????? Imagine that, maintanance instead od destruction, what a concept!!! Just picking but that is my opinion, now for everyone to tell you to yank it!!!!
yup i would lube it up before i would ever pull it thx for the advice .
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I don't think I'd ever get rid of mine. EBPV closed with high idle turned on the chip. My truck gets up to temp pretty quick.
yea i think it would take twice as long without one to warm it up.
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Old 12-05-2009, 07:27 AM
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Mine shuts off soon as i touch the brake. And yes a bigger exhaust will make it very loud. I have a 5" and the EBPV screams
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what was the temp when this was happening , if it was real cold , it may stay on for a bit
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Hey Scott, how's big blue? Are you coming to the G2G next weekend?
Sorry, back on topic!!

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Hey Scott, how's big blue? Are you coming to the G2G next weekend?
Sorry, back on topic!!

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its not broke right now anyway , havent driven it in forever , got me a new(to me ) ride to drive
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