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Old 02-17-2010, 04:00 PM
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I was told this was the cheapest performance upgrade that you can do to your truck. Is it safe to be running with a stock turbo? All of my upgrades are in my signature. Let me know!
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Old 02-17-2010, 05:47 PM
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after three from bd,i gave up trying
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after three from bd,i gave up trying
Why what happened?
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Old 02-17-2010, 06:17 PM
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the 1st one would make the truck buck & hesitate at a steady h/way speed {kinda like when a tps dies on a gas powered vehicle} the second one would work ok till it rained or had any kind of damp weather & then it would smoke like a bugger & have as much power as 5.7 chevy diesel.then the 3rd one didnt work at all.
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the 1st one would make the truck buck & hesitate at a steady h/way speed {kinda like when a tps dies on a gas powered vehicle} the second one would work ok till it rained or had any kind of damp weather & then it would smoke like a bugger & have as much power as 5.7 chevy diesel.then the 3rd one didnt work at all.
So it's pretty much taking a risk...Did you at least get to return them?
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Old 02-17-2010, 06:46 PM
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yeah,bd was actually pretty good about it. they just had me put an ohm meter on each one while i was on the phone with them and out of all 3 they were screwed.i sell bd products in the autoparts store i manage,so that made things a little easier
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I have one and on a turned truck i think they are worthless but on a stock truck they do help with the lag. Im concerdering selling mine because Its not doing anything for me.
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