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Old 12-18-2012, 10:51 AM
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EBPV Delete ??

If I delete the EBPV will it set a SES code?? Also if delete it will the EBP sensor at the front of the motor do anything or can I delete that as well?
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:17 AM
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evbp

if you don,t need it any more, replace the housing with the 4in outlet. flows much better.
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have your tunes adjusted to not throw codes.
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Won't throw a ses but there will be a code. I'm not sure on the ebp sensor


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Won't throw a ses but there will be a code. I'm not sure on the ebp sensor


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Oh Ok so it just sets a soft code I'm not two worried I just don't want the SES light on all the time masking other problems that may come up. I am gussing the ebp sensor only sets a soft code as well since my was plugged solid!
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If you leave the connector plugged in then it won't throw a code at all. You can also put a resistor at the connector if you are getting the deleted pedestal with no solenoid to plug into.
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you can delete the valve but you cannot delete the sensor, i thought that to and i was told not to do it but i disconnected that sensor in front of the engine just because i thought that it was pointless since the valve was gone...boy was i wrong, i got horrible fuel mileage. but i did notice that there was a hole in that pipe from the sensor to the exhaust manifold, replaced it and cleaned the sensor, runs alot better and mileage is better than when i started.
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any of the good tunes Will be able stop the codes from showing
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Old 12-26-2012, 05:56 AM
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Ok so is there a noticeable difference when deleting the valve? I have read that it will lower EGTs and help turbo response...
The reason I ask is if I do this I would get a blank pedestal and a high flow outlet witch is more $$ than just a pedestal rebuild kit.

Also I do work at a machine shop so If the high flow outlet simply has a bigger hole I could remove the valve and machine it bigger and remove the pedestal guts and plug the shaft hole…
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Old 12-26-2012, 11:41 AM
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Yes there is. But the exhaust housing only has a 2.7in. hole. You can wake up some more power since you will already have it apart, Put a 4in outlet on.
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