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MAP Sensor Mazimizer

I saw this on DFuser's site. Any benefit in doing this? Anyone have it?

Wondering if it would help the PM spool up quicker..


MAP Sensor Maxmimizer

DFUSER Diesel Performance Products Exhaust High Performance Part Diesel Intake Diesel Power Chips

Allows the MAP sensor to send a maximum boost available signal to the PCM.
Eliminates the Service Engine Soon (SES) light from coming on when high turbo over-boost is attained.
Maximizes power and throttle response.
Fits all 7.3L and 6.0L trucks, 1999+ with wastegate.
Compliments any Chip or programmer that over boosts, so NO MORE OVERBOOSTING SES LIGHT!
Works with stock or modified truck.
Not intended for MPG increase.
Complete plug and play.
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Maybe I am wrong, but this sounds like another name for a boost fooler. If you have an SCT, you don't need a boost fooler.

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Okay, seems like it might be a value add for a stock truck only. SCT tuning must update the parameters for this.

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GT3788VA POWERMAX Turbo
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it's just a boost fooler. If you have an SCT it's nothing but wasted money and wont do a damn thing.

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I know you guys say boost fooler, but I've heard that name for many different things.
If I'm understanding correctly, if basically sends a default MAP value to the PCM?



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