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non ebpv benefits?

while i am waiting for a call back bout my TN BB Turbo gotta question

whats the benefits of ridding ebpv?

i dont plan are goin much more than mild injectors if that matters

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Lower back pressure, quicker spool, lower EGT's and if you get the pedistal too less chance of oil leaks.

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well the dealer was out of high flow outlets
so i am trying to contemplate if i really would benefit from the delete
i guess its alwasys doable down the road

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Do I need a EBPV up here in the colder climates. It doesn't get real cold here in detroit, but many mornings are single digit temps. Or will a high idle tune from DP do the same thing

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but you loose a poor mans exhust brake ability...

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Do I need a EBPV up here in the colder climates. It doesn't get real cold here in detroit, but many mornings are single digit temps. Or will a high idle tune from DP do the same thing
Well the temps in Ann Arbor are not too much different from "Detroit". I have not missed my EBPV at all. In fact, I seem to warm up much faster without it and the coolant filter bypassing the thermostat.

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Do I need a EBPV up here in the colder climates. It doesn't get real cold here in detroit, but many mornings are single digit temps. Or will a high idle tune from DP do the same thing
The OE high idle feature still works on mine with the EBPV removed. I also have a new Garrett non EBPV outlet plate that I would sell.

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Do I need a EBPV up here in the colder climates. It doesn't get real cold here in detroit, but many mornings are single digit temps. Or will a high idle tune from DP do the same thing
thats what i wonderin'
here in helena aint so bad low 10's high singles
but home in sidney neg. 20's pretty common

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but home in sidney neg. 20's pretty common
Brrrrr.....that's F'n cold.

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Brrrrr.....that's F'n cold.
ya the joys of bad lands

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