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post #1 of 6 Old 10-27-2012, 09:08 PM Thread Starter
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e99 turbo upgrade

iv been kind of kicking around the idea of moving to stage 1 or 2 injectors and i also wanted to upgrading my turbo to a 38r and i was just wondering what i have to change on an early 99 in order to use the 38r?

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your gonna need the intake plenums(runners) and the intake manifold from a late 99-03 truck. and i would get a non-EBPV pedestal and high flow outlet too while you are replacing the turbo.

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When I changed my e99 350 to a 2000 model turbo I had to change the intake plenums, the spider, turbo pedastle, and up pipes.

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whats the advantage of getting a non-EBPV pedestal, and where would i find one of those?

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Not sure on where to find one, but the EBPv is a butterfly valve that works as an exhaust brake to help keep more hot air in the motor for warming up quicker. In my opinion it does nothing for warming up and I have to replace my EPBV sensor cause its out of wack i guess... So just another thing to have to fix. I'm from North Dakota and it gets F#%$in cold here, like 30 below F and it doesnt really help to warm it up quicker. and it has more restriction of flow than a non-EBPV.

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If you want a turbo that'll bolt right in, and perform about as well as a 38R, but with the added bonus of being rebuildable... Look up Beans D66.
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