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benefits of ebpv delete?

it looks like a cheap mod is there any great benefit to doin ebpv delete i know people do because of leaking pedestal accuator but does it improve spool or sound? also the AIH what is the benefit of deleting it?

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Slightly faster spool ups, no more annoying sound, no more leaks.

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If you find pics of how big the butterfly valve is in the exhuast, you'll see it does limit flow a bit. So a little more exhaust flow is never a bad thing.
AIH delete is just getting rid of the dumb thing that hardly comes on. Idk of anyone who's tested actual flow numbers, but it should help smooth air flow out
Just takes a cummins drain plug to fit it. So no reason not to. Unless you're driving around in -50*F.



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i think im goin to do both never have to work on this reliable beast and im gettin the itch to tear something apart!!

Late 99 f250 CC SB
w/6inch lift 35s,
4inch turbo back w/6 inch tip,
DIY 6637 intake
bullydog dog programmer
DIY boost fooler
wicked wheel
ford reman 4r100
glowshift gauges boost egt trans temp
ebpv delete
1.0 exhaust housing

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I run my boost line off the AIH delete. 18 bucks for the plug

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