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Old 03-26-2011, 08:26 PM
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Mini Max Defueling Settings

I have installed the mini max on my 6.4 ford and am loving it. Just wanted to know what the best or safest setting for the defueling would be. I have it set to the following
Pyro 1----1250 F
Hot coolant --210F
Cold coolant--120F
Boost--35 psi
Trans Temp--210F
Oil Temp--210F
Are these acceptable settings
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Old 03-26-2011, 08:47 PM
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im wondering this too i have my cold one set at 140 and ive seen as high as 44psi and 1380* egt
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Old 03-26-2011, 09:08 PM
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the default for EGTs on my was 1450, for coolant, oil and tranny, I basically took the temps when the truck was warmed up, and checked factory guages to see how much of a range they have. So I have them all set to 220F, and I checked through the manual to find nodda. I have my boost set to 45psi, I read in another thread that that was fine, and Im assuming you have probably hit your boost defuel if you got it at 35psi because ive hit 45psi on my just barley. I haven't set my cold defuel yet, that would probably be a good idea, even though I take it easy usually until its warmed up.
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Old 03-26-2011, 09:20 PM
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Set your pyro to no more than 1300F. That much I do know. Any hotter and you are getting close to melting temps which isn't good for anything. Just not sure about the boost. Pretty sure your coolant should get any hotter than 220
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Settings look good. I would bump the boost up to 40 though.
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:19 AM
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ok so ill change my defuel to 1300 it has only kissed mid 13's a couple times
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1450 egt
160 cold temp
220 hott
45 psi boost
220 trans
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