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Old 04-15-2012, 06:39 PM
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H&S Mini max by KEM Performance

So I ordered the Mini Max from KEM Performance with the pro-flow delete pipe and Nutty Professor tune I installed everything today, first let me say if you plan on doing any exhaust work just get the whole system and save all the time and aggravation, now as for the screen on this mini max it sure is mini for my taste but I guess this is what I have to deal with for now, the down load for the unit was easy and straight forward but now when I run the 345hp tune I'm getting a turbo flutter sound when I come off the accelerator pedal, so is this normal or what?

Also whats a good everyday HP tune to run?
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Old 04-15-2012, 06:51 PM
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Are you running the stock intake? If so that could be part of the problem. The stock intake is not designed to pull enough air for that 345 tune.

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I have a K&N cold air intake
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think I should change for something else on the cold air intake
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345 is a huge amount of power. You said you only have a delete pipe? If I were you and were considering running that tune and racing, I would first get a complete exhaust, and second consider a waste gated egr delete. But that's just me, I like to err on the side of reliability

When I say racing I mean even street racing every now and again.

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when I purchased the truck there was a dpf back system on there, I believe its a Magnaflow DPF back 4" so pretty much from the the down pipe back its 4" and where could I pick up the wastegated EGR from?
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think I should change for something else on the cold air intake
I would look at going with s&b or afe.
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I would look at going with s&b or afe.
the K&N came in the truck when I purchased so that why I have that but is the any certain modle of the S&B or AFE
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Go to their websites or you can go to rudysdiesel.com. They will help you.

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Correct me if I'm wrong the flutter comes from compressor surge- having too much pressure on the intake side and nothing to relieve it. A BOV should remedy that.
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