Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Putnam County NY
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the LBF controls fuel delivery at the start of acceleration/low boost...so if you set your LBF at -0- it will take a little longer to get going....-0- is close to stock. the more you turn up LBF the more fuel you will get injected into the system earlier on...the lower the LBF ..the longer it takes to spool-up. and of course when there is less fuel introduced, there wiill be less smoke. I think thats the correct way to explain it....if your looking for mpg's -0-...if your looking for performance -5-. the default in the Mini Maxx is -3-. the higher the LBF, the snappier your truck will be. Some trucks look like real coal burners on the -5- setting...while others only smoke if you womp the throttle. no two trucks are exactly the same...as i'm sure your finding out.
2010 F-250 CC/LB H&S Mini Maxx (Mild tune on 'HOT'setting with S2M trans schedule 1/2qt over), S&B intake, CCV Mod, Flo-Pro exhaust DPF/CAT, Firestone air bags front&rear. EGR coming off sooooon..
2003 2500HD Dirtymax, Superchips OBD, AFE intake, Firestone Air bags rear, Western 8.6 plow, LED Light bar.