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Best driving technique to prevent back pressure?
Hey guys. I'm in the process of having studs (ARP) and gaskets (Onyx) installed. I got the Cobb's EGR delete kit as well. Since that kit has no waste gate, I was wondering what the best approach would be to prevent back pressure spikes. I assume rapid a decrease in throttle position while in a high boost state is the main reason for spikes in back pressure? Would rolling out of the throttle in that situation help? And while I'm on the topic of EGR deletion....is there any appreciable gains in throttle response and spool-up after installing a cooler delete kit or is that all marketing BS. Thanks for your help.
2008 350 Lariat CCSBSRW. 18" Monsters, 35" Nitto Trail Grapplers, 4" Superlift, S&B CAI, 5" Stainless Flo-Pro straight piped, ARP Studs, Onyx Head Gaskets Spartan 310
Originally Posted by CobbsDieselPerformance
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