EBPV delete

Discussion in '99+ 7.3L PowerStroke Engine & Drivetrain' started by clintusaf, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. clintusaf

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    hey guys,

    ive been reading up on here about the ebpv delete and still am not clear on a few things.

    What are the advantages and disadvantages?

    Also, i have a 1200 RPM high idle thats meant to work with the ebpv. does anyone know how deleting the ebpv would affect the tune?

    should i try to do the diy route for the pedestal or buy the e99 one as stated in the this thread(post #10)?
    http://www.superdutydiesel.com/foru...e/20309-how-do-ebpv-gutting-aih-deletein.html
     
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    deleting it will free up the exhaust a bit for a little faster spool up and lower egt's a tad.the biggest benny is you wont need to worry about the actuator rod in the peistal leaking oil like they like to do often.i did both deleting my self with the stock turbo then got the deleted parts to go on with my BB turbo...ether way will work fine...the high idle will still work fine..i have it on my tunes as well..it will also still go into high idle by itself if the temps are right...the ebpv is only there for the emissions to cut back on the white smoke on start up.. I did not see any change in warm up time when I deleted it..
     
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    second look at your sig and i see you have a 2002 F350 4WD CC long bed Lariat, is this the truck your going to mod?? if so you dont want any parts for the early 99..they wont fit and they flow less air then the 99.5-03 turbo..they make the same parts for your 02...
     
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    yes. i was wondering about the 02'. you know where i could get the parts? or is it pretty easy to DIY?
     
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    http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=862
    http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=237

    there simple to do..but if you can only buy one or the other..i would buy the pedistal and delete the outlet my self...the new deleted pedistal has a better risk of not leaking oil..after you do the delete of your stock pedistal..there is still a chance it could leak oil then you will need to pull the turbo again to fix it...if you do decide to delete your stock pedistal..make sure you leave the sender at the front of the pedistal un pluged..as you can see in the pic..the new deleted pedistal does not have that sender...
     
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