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Turbo is out. What Mods to do while it's all apart??

I saw something about the ebpv thing, but haven't learned about it yet. I want to delete all the useless crap while I have it apart. Ideas?
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Just do a "thread" search for EBPV removal. Basically you just take the butterfly valve out and install a freeze plug in its place.

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Thanks. I am watching videos as we speak. Just wanted to see what other things to delete and fix or check while it's all apart
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also, remove the ebpv rod from the pedestal ,and plug it up too. Then either lay the connection down in the valley or "bridge" the connection with a 470ohm resistor

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Love the idea bout bridging TB. Thanks
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You can buy a blank pedestal with none of the EBPV nonsense for like 100$ and not have to worry about leakage or restrictions.

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You can buy a blank pedestal with none of the EBPV nonsense for like 100$ and not have to worry about leakage or restrictions.
plug it up correctly and not have to worry about leakage or restrictions, plus, you keep 100 buks in ya pocket.

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Ditto, keep the $100 in pocket. Drill out rivets and remove flap on exhaust side of turbo for flow restrictions reduced.

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