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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 09-18-2007, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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non-ebpv pedistal

anyone know where i can get a non-ebpv ped.?

what is the part number?
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post #2 of 50 (permalink) Old 09-18-2007, 04:58 PM
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Re: non-ebpv pedistal

is that worth it? espeacily since it says their on backorder. Just curious what makes that better than a stock unit with a plug in it?

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Re: non-ebpv pedistal

I think it is worth it if you get there Hi-flow outlet because you don't have to mod your stock one and you get the correct oil flow. Oh and I bought the last one .

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thats my luck day late and a dollor short

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Re: non-ebpv pedistal

Sorry but had to get it for my Hi-flow outlet that is gong on my TN BB TURBO

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deffinetly sounds like you needed it more. my ats shroud is still on back order. been waiting for more than a month now.

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Re: non-ebpv pedistal

I thought BWD had a few in stock. I know there was a national Back order on them since september of last year. there getting them like 20 or 30 @ a time. That's waht garrett getts for sending there casting busniess over seas. Call BWD they should be able to find you one.

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Re: non-ebpv pedistal

If you unplug the EBVP in the pedestal then it won't divert the oil flow to the chamber. There is a small supply passable that is designed to keep the chamber full of basically un-pressurized oil, but it's flow isn't enough to cause a problem, especially with a BB cartridge.
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If you unplug the EBVP in the pedestal then it won't divert the oil flow to the chamber. There is a small supply passable that is designed to keep the chamber full of basically un-pressurized oil, but it's flow isn't enough to cause a problem, especially with a BB cartridge.
just asking for clairification, souns like you dont need the new pedestal right? especialy for a stock unit with a ebpv deleted?

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