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Location: Firestone, CO
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What do you have to buy to get rid of the EBPV? Why not just remove the butterfly and plug the ends?
I'm keeping mine to aid in warmup and to use as an exhaust brake. If I lived in AZ I'd probably get rid of it for the extra exhaust flow though.
2001 F250 CCSB 4X4 Lariat: TS Chip, Mag-Hytech diff cover, Hughes Alum trans pan, A-Pillar gauges (boost, trans, EGT), MBRP exhaust, 6.0L trans cooler
2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon: 3" lift, 37's, trussed axles, full aluminum skids, cage, and more all powered by a minivan motor
2013 Kawasaki 1400GTR : Muzzy's exhaust, Muzzy's lowering links, Throttlemeister