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Turbo pedestal question

Is the pedestal the same for the van turbo and the truck turbo?...I was wanting a van turbo and I found a used "blank" pedestal for the van, I guess that means its a non-EBPV pedestal...will it bolt up to my truck?

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from my understanding it will as long as your is not a E99. But I could be wrong.

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I have an early 99 and just ordered a van turbo from an early 99 and my pedistal will work fine I just had to do the EBPV delete and tap/plug the hole.

I would think yours would be the same concept just make sure the turbo is a late model since yours is a 2001 and then you will need to buy the exhaust adapter from Beans like I did. It's $115.

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I have an early 99 and just ordered a van turbo from an early 99 and my pedistal will work fine I just had to do the EBPV delete and tap/plug the hole.

I would think yours would be the same concept just make sure the turbo is a late model since yours is a 2001 and then you will need to buy the exhaust adapter from Beans like I did. It's $115.
I thought about just tapping the hole and plugging it but I read a couple reviews about people that were against doing that for some reason?...I don't really see what it could hurt though?

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I thought about just tapping the hole and plugging it but I read a couple reviews about people that were against doing that for some reason?...I don't really see what it could hurt though?
Not sure . . . finished modifying mine last night and the new turbo comes in on Thursday so we'll see. I've heard something about oil flow but I don't see the difference because if that was the case then it would have bad oil flow right out of the factory.

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