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post #1 of 34 Old 07-08-2012, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Ebpv delete

Hey guys I've seen these ebpv delete kits where you put in a "power elbow" any suggestions if I should or shouldn't do this. My ebpv is leaking and was searching for rebuild kits and I've seen this is a popular mod. Thanks
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You basically don't need it.
You can either delete it yourself or by a non EBPV pedestal and outlet if you feel like just replacing them.



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Would I gain anything by deleting it? How difficult is it to delete
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There's some threads about this already. More about what it does and if it's needed.
You might lose some backpressure, which is a plus. And eliminate a possible oil leak. Basically it.



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Alright thank you I'll do some searching for the threads
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not to but in on this but I am not having a problem with mine but was thinking of deleting it for better performance what would I gain??
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not to but in on this but I am not having a problem with mine but was thinking of deleting it for better performance what would I gain??
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There's some threads about this already. More about what it does and if it's needed.
You might lose some backpressure, which is a plus. And eliminate a possible oil leak. Basically it.
With less BP comes less EGTs, usually.



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What all would I need if i bought a ebpv delete pedestal and turbo o-rings. Will this pedestal deliver the oil to the turbo or does something else need to be added.
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The pedestal has all the internals needed, just no EBPV actuating rod or passage.

Garrett Turbo Pedestal NON-EBPV 1999.5 - 2003
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So basically bolting the new pedestal and existing turbo back on and I'm good to nothing extra needs to be done
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