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Old 09-24-2009, 07:44 PM
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What is the ebpv delete?

I was just wondering what this is. I read somewhere where you can use this to create some kind of brake??? That could be wrong. Anyway, any feedback would be appreciated.
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Old 09-24-2009, 07:49 PM
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If you use it as a brake...then you dont delete it. There is a way you can wire it up to a switch and use it as a "exhaust brake". I am trying to get one of the guys on here to get me a wiring diagramon how to do it.
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Jake has a great schematic If your good at wiring. Me, I need put this wire here kind of directions.
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That would be nice to get a litle more info on how it works. Maybe some feedback from people who currently are using it that way too.
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It sounds like your more interested in the converting it to a brake part, this will explain how it works and how to convert it

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Id like to know who is using this and the results they've seen with it? and it basically turns into a jake brake right? stupid question.....does the exhaust brake actually makee noise like a jake brake?

dumb question....
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Old 09-25-2009, 09:27 AM
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It would be real nice but the only problem is it only works between 2500 and 3000 rpms. Im only there when im pulling something pretty heavy and even then.....the truck will upshift on a downhill, which is right about the time you would need it...unless you turned overdrive off. It would probably work better in a manual though
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