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Old 12-10-2010, 02:06 PM
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New Turbo No EBPV Good or bad?

A few weeks ago I blew my turbo on a trip back from pa. I had a new turbo sent to me . A gtp 38r. I installed it and everything seems to be fine. However when I got it in the mail it did not have the EBPV like the stock one did that i returned for the core. Of course with not having this I didnt' hook anything up the the pedistal. Its just there. Does anyone see any problems with this?
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i gutted mine
like it better
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Well technically my pedistal isn't gutted. But basically its just like having it gutted
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its way better.. just tap n plug the pedestal and you're set. since your new turbo doesnt have the dumb valve...
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what do you mean by tap and plug. What do I need to plug and what does it hurt if its not plugged?
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what do you mean by tap and plug. What do I need to plug and what does it hurt if its not plugged?
you remove the actuator rod and all the stuff, then tap and plug the hole. make sure to unplug the pedestal sensor while you're at it. thats itt!
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yeah when I get a new turbo it will probably be EBPV-less

so your good..
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Old 12-11-2010, 05:39 AM
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Ok well if I don't remove the rod and plug the hole. Which hole are we talking about the ones ontop the pedistal were the orings go? Does anyone have a picture of this done. I just want to know what Im getting into before I here it from the girlfriend about working on the damn truck again
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its way better.. just tap n plug the pedestal and you're set. since your new turbo doesnt have the dumb valve...
Must not get cold there... EBPV helps my truck warm up about twice as fast when she dips in the single digits...

Edit: California, guess I was right. LOL
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the rod it is in the pedestal you just take it out and thread and plug the hole
the flapper in the exhaust(don't know the name)after you remove you need to plug or weld
i cant find the link but do a search on gutting the pedestal here and your find the instruction
i did it to mine because it was leaking oil
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