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Old 03-29-2010, 11:01 AM
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EBPV Delete

Does anyone have a link or write up on how to do the EBPV delete? Ive been looking and cant seem to find anything. Also im looking for any suggestions as to any further work i can do to my truck other than what i already have done and without dropping a nut on new injectors or a new turbo.

01 F250 superduty with wicked wheel, guages (boost, egt, trans), cold air intake, 4 in turbo back straight exhaust, boost fooler, foil delete, zoodad, TS chip (soon to be reflashed with TW tunes) 6in lift, 35" All terrains on 17" rims. Anything i am missing?
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I did it, loved it. I got a 4" down pipe and after the crossmember it opens up to a full 5" back to a 6" tip. I have the GT38r turbo that was in the truck when I bought it. Basically remove the "spider intake", remove the down pipe hose clamp and then the "fun" clamp (the one behind the turbo). After you back off the 7/16 nut you might want to use a punch (curved) and a light hammer and give it a few taps to break the clamp loose. Take the 1/2" (I think) that hold the turbo to the pedestal. Turbos out, now remove the pedestal with its four bolts, I forgot the lever for the EBPV. I bought a non EBPV pedestal online and the turbo outlet flange too. As far as the valves electronic plug, I bought a plug that goes into it to prevent a code. Make sure you get the 4 O-rings, two for pedestal to valley and two for pedestal to turbo. O-rings go in, then pedestal, two more O-rings, Turbo installed with new "gutted" output flange, "fun" clamp behind the turbo, down pipe clamp, spider and intake pieces and your all set. I noticed a nice sound to my exhaust you can REALLY hear the turbo whistle at lower speeds near barriers and under bridges.
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Old 04-02-2010, 07:13 AM
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What is the benefit of this mod?
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Old 04-02-2010, 11:20 AM
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No real benefit, but with no muffler the exhaust sounds real nice. I was concerned with warmup in the cold AM's, but it takes maybe 1 min longer to warm up and I'm not annoying my neighbors with the whooshing exhaust, just the rattling of my motor, lol.
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