I found this in the archives:
You can buy an International turbo pedestal without the ebpv internals. It didn't list a year so not sure if this is the correct
part number or not.
(Ford) F4TZ-6N639-A (up to 98.5)
(Ford) F81Z6N639-BA (99 F-series w/o EBP)
(Ford) F81Z-6N639-AA (99 F-series w/EBP)
(Ford) F81Z-6N639-DARM (99.5 F-series w/o EBP)
(Ford) F81Z-6N-639-CARM (99.5 F-series w/EBP)
(International) 1822873C1 (Non EBPV pedestal)
I also saw postings about a non-ebpv from www.itpdiesel.com
In the meantime, here is a copy from the archive section per user sniezur (I can't link to it, darn it, as it uses frames) cut and pasted here for reference:
Three fasteners retain the EBPV to the turbine housing. They are 3/8" 12 point I believe (then another poster said to go buy a 5/16 12 point socket (1/4 drive). I thought the 5/16 seemd to fit a little tighter than the 8mm) Loosen the bolts when the turbo is hot, then let the assembly cool down before working on it.
The actuator is connected to the bell crank on the butterfly valve with a snap fit ball and socket joint. The EBPV is piloted to the turbine housing so just use a dead blow (lightly) to loosen the it then pull it off after removing the down pipe.
The butterfly is attached to the shaft w/ 2 rivets that have to get ground off. The bushings in the housing that locate the shaft just get pressed out after removing the shaft. I tapped the top end of the housing with a 1/2" NPT and used a reducer to mount my Pyro probe. The bottom hole got a plug pressed and TIG welded in.
Some other folks said to use 12mm plugs and to dremel out the holes to make it fit by putting the 12mm plugs in the freezer to shrink, then pounding them in for a tight fit.
Then i found these pictures:
Gutting EBPV pictures