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turbo boost on h&s mini maxx

I'm getting the same boost as stock with my tuner. Around 20 psi. Everything is stock except for the tuner. Is that the most I can get without deletes? I run my truck in mild, but every stage has the same boost.
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Re: turbo boost on h&s mini maxx

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I'm getting the same boost as stock with my tuner. Around 20 psi. Everything is stock except for the tuner. Is that the most I can get without deletes? I run my truck in mild, but every stage has the same boost.
I believe that is about all you will see with out the DPF delete. The most I saw on Hot setting was 22 psi according to the H&S monitor. Once I put the delete pipe in, WOW! It gets up to 30 psi with a quickness! I set the defuel to 30 psi for now just to be cautious. I hit the defuel almost anytime I take off quick. And the sound of the turbo spooling up is intoxicating! It was well worth it.

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Yea thats about all you will get without deletes. If you do an exhaust in the future you can get around 38 but its hard on your turbo.
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38psi^ YIKES!


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Yea thats about all you will get without deletes. If you do an exhaust in the future you can get around 38 but its hard on your turbo.
I've never seen mine break 32-33psi on Hot and that was with 30 degree weather. I believe it's supposed to be around 32psi. Did you hit 38psi towing or something?

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Well i have custom tuning. A guy i found on the h and s forum made some adjustment with the mcc program.
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I hit 25 undeleted, but that's the most I've seen. Guess Im gonna have to bite the bullet this weekend and put my delete pipes on...gonna be cold!
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