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I just replaced my clutch and because of the leaky ebpv I wanted to delete it so oil didn't leak over my new clutch. When turbo was off I was careful in not letting stuff get in the oil ports and changed the o rings. Now everything is put back together and after I let off after a spool up it sneezes. What could be the problem? Did I somehow fry it? Still builds 20 lbs no problem. After I welded up the pedestal I cleaned out the ports and made sure they weren't blocked at all. Just run it?
 

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that is just air rushing back through the turbo the wrong way causing it to make that noise. the pedistal has nothing to do with it. all it does is supply and drain oil to and from the turbo. try not to snap off the go pedal so fast when your up that high in the boost just ease out of it.
 

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i just wasnt sure if i killed the bearing somehow because it never sneezed before i took off the turbo.
 
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