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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-12-2016, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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EBPV pedestal delete

One last question before I buy a Non EBPV pedestal....

I plan on installing an inverter in my utility body. Would there be any issues I might have running my truck for the inverter?

Presently I start my truck and go instead of warming it up.

For 2 years I have my outlet tied open because the clip rusted away on the EBPV actuator in the pedestal.

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EBPV pedestal delete

EBPV is only to warm up the engine faster or as exhaust brake if you have the DP tuner decel tune. this will have no effect with adding a inverter in your service box (than i know of)



I have the EBPV delete for a year and do not have any problem with warming up the truck. i do use high idle setting from the chip to help warming up if need be

It will also reduce the egt about75*

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I have the same set up as Yan, with no problems warming the motor on cold days.


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