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Old 03-10-2013, 01:24 PM
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I will be removing my transmission in the near future to be rebuilt and was wanting ideas on what new parts to install while the trans is out. So far I'm definately replacing the up pipes which also leads to a whole list of other things: non-ebpv pedastal, wicked wheel, turbo o-rings, ccv delete, and....? My truck has about 170,000 on it and was hoping for some input from the members about any other mods to do, and also where might be a good place to purchase the items. (single vendor maybe?) Also, would there be any reason not to go w/ the ebpv delete? Thanks in advance......
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everything you'll need to get, from here...you could save the 150 buks and plug the pedestal.

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Old 03-10-2013, 08:39 PM
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Plug the pedestal.... I'm guessing there's a thread somewhere I can look up to check it out.... Thanks for the info
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I know it's late but, does anybody else have any ideas?
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Im sure one of the vendors will give you a heads up in the AM with a PM. Seems like the org goes into hibernation at night recently since only a few of us monitor during these later hours.
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Since your pulling all that out, might want to pressurize your intake and check your plenums for leaks. Be a good time to re-rtv them if needed, or for some billet ones. Be a good time for reg return too, since everything will be outta the way.
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Since your pulling all that out, might want to pressurize your intake and check your plenums for leaks. Be a good time to re-rtv them if needed, or for some billet ones. Be a good time for reg return too, since everything will be outta the way.
What's the reg return, and how do I pressurize the intake?
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What's the reg return, and how do I pressurize the intake?
You pressurize the intake by building a boost leak detector, basically a pvc cap that fits in your intake and use your compressor to fill it to 5-10psi. Spray all the boots, plenums, and areas you think you might have a boost leak at. Has to be hooked up post ccv if your not re routed yet. The regulated return is an aftermarket fuel mod to fix the dead head routing of the fuel system. Many options out there, not sure what your looking to spend.
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also depending upon the miles on the turbo, I would probably rebuild it since its gonna be out.
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