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Old 03-11-2012, 10:45 AM
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mini max defueling levels for 08

got my mini max. live in california and have to get my truck smoged in september so i am leaving the DPF and CAT on. so i loaded it up with DPF on and all i can say is HOLY CRAP.. really makes a differents.. cant wait until september.. so for the DPF on what should i set the defueling levels at? and should i leave them the same for DPF off? want to keep it safe.. thanks
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:20 PM
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got my mini max. live in california and have to get my truck smoged in september so i am leaving the DPF and CAT on. so i loaded it up with DPF on and all i can say is HOLY CRAP.. really makes a differents.. cant wait until september.. so for the DPF on what should i set the defueling levels at? and should i leave them the same for DPF off? want to keep it safe.. thanks
September is quite a ways away from now....Why not just do the DPF/DOC delete and in September, put the stock exhaust back on? It would be super easy if you only had the DPF and CAT delete pipes to replace the stock DPF/CAT section. I think with having the tuner on with the DPF and CAT still present you will soon find out that the regen process occurs more frequently....This is your truck and you can definitely do with it as you please, but 6 months is a long ways out......
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Old 03-14-2012, 06:52 AM
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This is our recommended Default Defuel settings:
EGT-1450
Hot Coolant-220
Cold Coolant-160
Trans-230
Boost 6.4-38psi
6.7-32psi
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This is our recommended Default Defuel settings:
EGT-1450
Hot Coolant-220
Cold Coolant-160
Trans-230
Boost 6.4-38psi
6.7-32psi
What is typically the max boost if you don't set the defuel?
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