That is one problem with these turbos. They can get sooted up on the sliding nozzle so by turning extra power down you reduce soot and let the turbo nozzle have a chance to break up any soot accumulation. They run hotter turned up, but they also make more soot. That's why engaging the EB is useful because it helps clean up the nozzle even when you're running stock power.
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