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Old 06-24-2009, 04:27 PM
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Smoke switch??

I see some videos on you tube of powerstroke rolling coal and in some of them there is something about a smoke switch how do i go about doing this??
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Old 06-24-2009, 04:33 PM
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Well yes there is a way to do this. However we as a community have been cast in a bad light recently because of this kind of behavior recently. Not saying don't do it if it is what you really want but be very careful of when and where you do it. Anyways why would you want to smoke like a freight train when that is just $$$$$$$$ leaving your pocket for no gain.
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Old 06-24-2009, 04:44 PM
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Most people on here don't like smoke . Do a search for ''smoke switch'' you will find a couple of threads on how to do it.
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Well yes there is a way to do this. However we as a community have been cast in a bad light recently because of this kind of behavior recently. Not saying don't do it if it is what you really want but be very careful of when and where you do it. Anyways why would you want to smoke like a freight train when that is just $$$$$$$$ leaving your pocket for no gain.
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:04 PM
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You have to have a SCT or a programer that is not based off boost pressure. Then you can cut the two wires going to you VVT controler, then connect them into a simply switch.
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:23 PM
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my 140 tune poops smoke pretty good. My buddy has a 02 with the edge and it will black out 2 lanes. But dont be a duche and smoke everyone out. its not very cool. at first it is, until someone does it to you when your minding your own dam business in your vette and the jerkoff that did it was in a dodge. augh- totally changed my perspective on roaling coal or whatever its called... If your truck is tuned well, it shouldnt smoke too much. otherwise your over fueling and EGTs will creep up fast.
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Yeah and my Xrace tune smokes pretty good when I need to hammer on it but really what is the point of smoking other than making diesels look crappy in the eyes of the community. Our sport is quickly going away due to irresposible drivers, do you want to be one of them?
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:34 PM
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I think the mods should create a thread addressing this issue. its terrible and will cause all kinds of issues with our sport/hobby. Plus I think "Coal Rolling" is something a (grown man) Dodge guy would think is cool. Its a dodge thing. let them look like the duches.
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not to mention too much fuel can equal cylinder wash....
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We are working on it.
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