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Should I buy a non EBPV Pedestal?

I think I got a possible leak around the EBPV link coming out of the stock pedestal. I have the stock Garrett turbo still with no noticeable performance problems.

Should I buy a new NON EBPV Pedestal and replace it?
Should I get the high flow valve to go with it and will it fit a stock turbo?
Will this post any lights on the dash with going to a non EBPV pedestal?
Do I need to but a turbo reinstall kit with the EBPV pedestal?
I am looking at buying this at Riffraff diesels, any other suggestions?

As you can tell I am new at removing a turbo and the pedestal. I just want to stop the minor leaks.

Thanks for all the help
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The only thing you need to buy as far as a reinstall kit is the o rings. There are two on the bottom of the pedestal and two on the top. Its very important that these get changed because you dont want that super high pressure oil blowing all over the place if you happen to have a bad o ring and/or damage one.

All the rest of your questions I would like to know myself. Especially if going to a Non pressure valve pedestal will throw codes and turn on that evil dash light.

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just gut the ebpv and plug the hole, way cheaper, and no it wont throw a CEL, just a soft code(and you can get a fooler from dfuser for cheap to fix that).
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Thanks for the info. I am learning here from all you others who have done this. Thanks again.
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Do all trucks have EBPV from the factory?
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I got the non-ebpv pedestal and turbo install kit from riffraff diesel and could'nt be any happier. Its a nice product and stopped the oil leaks. Also it did not trigger an engine light. As for the turbo outlet. Just gut the stock one and plug it.

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