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Old 05-20-2010, 04:21 PM
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boost 210tow vs 210 reg

anyone have any thoughts on this one ? 2010 reg cab, spartan.rudys cold air pipe, s&b intake,rudys down pipe,afe exhaust straight piped. I dont want to burn tires so I do a 20 mph to 80ish mph wot. 33 max boost on the reg 210 and 40 on the tow. also when I first had the spartan and just the dpf delete pipe only. I could hit 43 easy at 70 on the 210 tow. also did the 250 and 33 is the max boost. how important is boost?
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Mine burries to 45 or 46psi in 210 tow or 250 bud
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I see 45 with the 210 TP and 250 tune. I see 40-42 with the 210 regular. You need to compare them with the torque converter locked. You will see a lot more boost on the 210 and 250 with the converter locked.
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I just noticed this after I did the s and b. Cold side tube down pipe and afe exhaust. Wht could be wrong? Runs fine .
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Are you seeing those low numbers with the converter locked?
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Don't really know. At 85 I back out of it .loadings the 250 now will try it again.
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Punch it from a 70 mph roll. The converter should stay locked and you should see in the 40-45 psi range.
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Ya that got me a good 45 going easy to about 65 then to 100. Did a 4x4 power brake launch an at 90 the egt warning went off. Thanks
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