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Hello everyone oh, well I got my injectors done finally my truck is running great balance rates for in check. Just got the PPE boost valve shipped to my house and wanted to install it. I'm in doing too much or research on the Kennedy valve and the PPE valve and my question is if I install the PPE valve without the extra fuel supply for the Boost will they have a negative impact on the truck? I've also seen a lot of the guys stating that it can't hurt anything to put it on but after doing research and seeing that increases the fuel demand what would that do to my stock lb7? Any thoughts or opinions would be appreciated.
 

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Anybody??
 

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I've had one on my truck for years and probably 150,000+ miles and no ill effect. It works and for $20-ish dollars, go for it. While you're in there replace the rubber hose. Order a new turbo horn while you're tinkering in the area, you'll love the turbo whistle and boost.
 

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Thanks for your input guys, I really appreciate it! I'm putting it on Friday or Saturday. :)
 
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