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H&S mini maxx Defuel settings

these are the settings that were done when I bought truck I did update yesterday but didn't adjust these. Are some of these pretty conservative?


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Cold Temp looks too low for me......

I run 170 to 180 before the tuning kicks in.

Also my Boost is 36 but I am a wuss...




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what mods on your truck?

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DPF/Cat delete, S&B Intake, H&S Mini Max, Sinister Coolant Filter, MBRP Intercooler Pipe, PTP Direct Drive Solenoid...

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I'm about the same... s&B, proflo intake elbow, egr's deleted, 5inch exhaust.. I figured everything might be conservative and it looks like it is except cold coolant too low and boost is probably too high

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I have an EGR delete in the garage waiting to get up the nerve to install it.

Hopefully someone smarter than me will chime in with more information.



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mine came as listed but I did add a coolant filter last week, I hope someone else does chime in on this.

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Only defuel I would run would be the low setting for coolant @ 180 degrees. Maybe the high coolant and oil at 215 and 225. I wouldn't do the rest

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I run cold coolant at 170. Boost at 40.

I defuel on boost when I'm in it on the interstate with the tc locked up.

I think my pyro is 1400 - I would see north of 1200 on my stock non-deleted truck during regen. These trucks can handle north of 1200 easily
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I think your cold coolant is too low, your oil temp is low by a tiny bit, and your boost is definitely on the high side. I like my truck to warm up before I give it the juice.

I'd say do somewhere around 160-180 for cold coolant, 220 for oil, and lower the boost a tiny bit (mine is at 44, which is as high as I'd ever want it). Otherwise I think you're in good shape.
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