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DIY Exhaust brake question???

Seen a post for a DIY "Jake Brake". A friend has one on his new Dodge and I drove it today hauling some stuff, this thing was AWESOME. Seen some DIY posts but nothing specific to a 02 w/ auto trans. Can it be done w/ the EBVP like the older models?
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post #2 of 13 Old 04-23-2009, 08:45 PM
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Its not a jake brake, totally different, but the EBPV brake can be done. The schematic is the same on the OBS trucks as the super duties.

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Yeah, I'd probably feel a bit drained after firing twice in rapid succession.
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Will using the exhaust brake cause an issue if using a blow off valve?
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Why would you have a blow off valve???

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I see that turbos have waste gates which is what would be used for the DIY exhaust brake. Sorry new to the turbo seen, my mustangs got a S/C so thats why I asked, along w/ the fact that a friend has a cold turkey (I think?) on his diesel I just assumed its a blow off valve?
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the wastgate would not be used for the DIY exhaust brake. the exhaust back pressure valve would be used
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I got ya, so no effect of having the "cold turkey" and doing the DIY exhaust brake.
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cold turkey???
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I think thats what he called it? When WOT and let off it staggers the pressure release.
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