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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-14-2009, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

Ok so Ive got the trifecta going right now, my stock turbo is taking a dump (compressor wheel digging into housing) my pedistal o-rings are leaking and my up pipes are leaking

Anyways for a turbo Im gonna do a D-66 or another upgraded Drop in if someone has one comparable to a D-66 that will go well with my stage 2s.

I read a couple removal instructions, just wondering if anyone has any extra tips on removing it, also if anyone has instructions with pictures that would help since the ones I found didnt.

Then I know I need 2 sets of the o-rings.

Now for the up pipes, will the bellowed up pipes work on an OBS? If I remember correct they dont from what Ive heard but I wanted to check

Otherwise Ill just get new donuts, anyone have any good tips or pictures for replacing those?

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

The 99+ up-pipes will NOT fit.

There are bellowed up-pipes available for our OBS styles. They are terribly expensive, over $900 at International. Try Boyers Custom Truck, they list them at a little under 9 bills.

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

Well in that case I wont be buying those, Ill just be replacing the donuts

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

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mod your pedestal :)

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mod your pedestal :)
Thats a good point, I should definitley do that, how do I go about doing that? Do have a write up at all?

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

heres some pics of when I did mine

See where that arrow is? Thats where the ebpv solenoid sat, just unbolt that, then take some pliers and pull the shaft out that used to sit in there.

cut the barrel out as you see fit, once youre all done weld up any holes. Make sure your welder knows to ground out to the pedestal and not what the pedestal is sitting on or else the pedestal will arc to whatever its sitting on, and itll arc where the o-rings are supposed to go.

ebpv housing is easy, drill out the rivets in the "flapper" then the rod comes out and you can plug the hole with a freeze plug, carriage bolt, whatever you see fit. Make sure you clean out the pedestal.

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

Thanks for the pics man I appreciate it!

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

a tip for turbo removal on any truck... PB Blaster. That stuff works wonders. Spray all the bolts on the clamps with PB blaster before you get started, ESPECIALLY if you havent had the turbo off before. I learned this the hard way

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Re: Couple different turbo/up pipe questions

thanks for that question and answer saves me
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