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Non-EBPV Worthwhile?

For those who have done installed the non-Enoch pedestal and high flow outer, was it a worthwhile modification, and have you had any problems?

Problems with engine soft codes,performance or mileage differences? Thanks in advance.
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No issues.

Lower egts and one less oil leak to worry about.

Warms up the exact same in the winter as well.

If you don't do something about the plug you will have a soft code but there are a few easy options to fix that

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Thanks, Blue! Appreciate your help.
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No issues.

Lower egts and one less oil leak to worry about.

Warms up the exact same in the winter as well.

If you don't do something about the plug you will have a soft code but there are a few easy options to fix that
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I noticed no difference. But also I installed a 203 thermostat. Lol
Maybe the further north you are, the more it would help.
But in freezing Temps, I found it better to just drive it vs idling waiting on it to warmup.

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I also have the 203 stat and same as blue I didn't see much difference during warm with or without the EBPV. But the coldest it get here is about 14f LOL


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I noticed a small drop in egt's and it got rid of a oil leak is the two main reasons to do it. Warm up stays the same.
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Nick once it switches to high idle I notice no difference.

But I also use 5w-40 oil so it's not struggling to run with thick oil when it's cold.

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I have done lots of mods over the years and about the only ones that I saw any real change was a chip and flush of PS with AMSOIL (stopped squeal). I live in Alaska and have been without a EBPV for several years. One thing I don't do is let truck sit and idle to warm up for 5-10 min. Just get in start and drive easy until temp comes up (3-5 min). On a side note if you have a coolant filter how you run the return line will make a big difference in a 7.3 as far as getting heat to the defroster/heater.
I just bought a new to me 99 with 56,000 on the clock. I will leave the EBPV in unless it starts to leak a lot than I would just change pedestal if that happens.
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