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Old 01-25-2014, 08:50 PM
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I need some turbo advice

I pulled my turbo off to change my up pipes when I noticed my ebpv was leaking and when I went to remove my waste gate line the nipple broke off the waste gate PA salt = rust it's a never ending battle. I was wondering if I should do an ebpv delete since I guess all they do is leak??? I was looking at a 1.00 ar turbine housing that is non waste gated about the same price as a good wastegate, I was going to put in a ww2 also, is this a good way to go??? Or is a good waste gate better??? My truck is primarily a daily driver but I do tow heavy on the weekends around 20,000lbs I could use all the help I can get with egt . Stock injectors I was also using my ebpv to warm up my truck and as an exhaust brake is this a bad idea???
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Old 01-25-2014, 09:00 PM
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It is an 01 6 speed with tony wild man tunes stock injectors 4 inch down pipe wicked wheel CCV mod and custom cold air intake based off the afe stage 2
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I am thinking about going with the non waste gated 1.0 A/R exhaust housing $180, billet compressor wheel $200,and the high flow outlet $115 with the non ebpv pedestal blank $110. I think this would make a good turbo setup for $500 plus eliminate my oil leak for another $110. Does anybody have any options on this setup or have one like it???
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