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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-27-2009, 05:16 AM Thread Starter
 
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I found a new rebuilt turbo with a banks ww and a van exhaust housing, but theres no mounting for the wastegate. I was told by someone that you don't need one, but i thought that's something you need whether it's internal or external. I would like some input before i buy. Also is it a good idea to use a delete pedistal to remove the exhaust back pressure valve. My engine lights on and has this code. Thanks for any input!!
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you mean the exhaust back pressure valve (EBPV)...no its not needed...you can delete your pedistal or buy one if you got the spare cash..if you delete yours...make sure you unplug the wire at the pedistal....

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I found a new rebuilt turbo with a banks ww and a van exhaust housing, but theres no mounting for the wastegate. I was told by someone that you don't need one, but i thought that's something you need whether it's internal or external. I would like some input before i buy. Also is it a good idea to use a delete pedistal to remove the exhaust back pressure valve. My engine lights on and has this code. Thanks for any input!!
Vans didn't use one. 94-97 PSD engines didn't use one. Super Duty pickups use them because the turbine housing is too small to be used without one.

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I found a new rebuilt turbo with a banks ww and a van exhaust housing, but theres no mounting for the wastegate. I was told by someone that you don't need one, but i thought that's something you need whether it's internal or external. I would like some input before i buy. Also is it a good idea to use a delete pedistal to remove the exhaust back pressure valve. My engine lights on and has this code. Thanks for any input!!


The van housing does not need a WG and is a really good upgrade for a stock super duty. But why on Earth would someone put a WW on a turbo with a van housing? THat is retarded! That turbo should have a stock super duty wheel on it. BUt it's not that big of a deal.

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Thanks everyone for the info. It's nice to get answers to things i'm not sure about. I'll get the turbo and a delete pedistal for the ebpv.
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