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Old 08-01-2013, 09:19 AM
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Non-EBPV Outlet or High Flow Outlet?

Replacing the pedestal and o-rings this weekend with the non-EBPV. Wondering if I should go with the stock non-EBPV outlet or the high flow outlet (2.75-3.25). Buying from strictly diesel as they are 20 mins from my house.

https://www.strictlydiesel.com/p-335...ne-outlet.aspx

https://www.strictlydiesel.com/p-266...ne-outlet.aspx

Thoughts?
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dont think their such a thing ,in "stock" non-ebpv outlet. People just "gut" their existing outlet.
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their is the garret high flow outlet which is the smaller of the two. (2.75)
the turbonetics one is slightly larger (3.25)
neither are stock.
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Is there much of a performance difference between the two outlets? Would the larger one work good on a stock turbo with ported housing and Riffraff ported billet wheel?
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the larger one might lower egts a little bit more than the other. maybe a little more boost because it flows better

ive been running the garret high flow outlet (2.75) and my egts dropped 100 degrees and i gained 2 psi of boost.

either way you will be happy with the results.

the garret outlet is pretty cheap 80 bucks, the other one is almost 200

by the way nice sig pic.
gonna go riding up around lake shasta this weekend, finally got my quad set up how i want.
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