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Well I absolutely love hearing my turbo spool up, is there anything i can do or get to make the whistle more prevalent?
 

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Ebpv delete and a smaller exhaust housing. Mine whistles like crazy now


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You have stage 1 injectors, do not install a smaller exhaust housing. For your sake i would install the new wicked wheel 2 sold by diesel site. Its said to have a different sound and flows more air to clean up smoke a little more
 

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Yes I agree. You need a larger exhaust housing you have for better flow because of the increased boost you're going to see out of the injectors. I would also get the generation to wicked wheel and put it on. There has been some great results found by using this wheel and I think with that combination it will yield some great results
 

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Yeah I was getting ready to say that. And as far as the ebpv goes, is it hard to do? im on a very tight budget so I would DIY.
 

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Ebpv delete is super easy to do when you remove the turbo and pedistal to put the new wheel in
 

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Does anyone have the link for the wicked wheel 2?
 

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i agree with the ww2 instead of a housing with stg. ones. ebpv delete is only 50 cents for a freeze plug a bolt and 15 minutes
 

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What all do i need exactly to do the delete. Like what i have to buy, what size freeze plug? I read I need some locking clip or something so the plug doesn't come out.
 

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What all do i need exactly to do the delete. Like what i have to buy, what size freeze plug? I read I need some locking clip or something so the plug doesn't come out.
Youll need a 3/4 in. freeze plug for the outlet housing. You need a bolt and a tap for where the rod went through i dont remenber off hand what size. On the housing the rod sits in there is a snap ring that comes out that holds the ebpv rod and spring. Pull that out and put the cap back on with the snap ring and your done


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