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Old 02-18-2013, 11:34 AM
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LBF on the mini maxx

Just want to know what low boost fueling you all have set on? I have mine on 1 right now, but am thinking of setting it on 3. Just wondering if this will effect my mpg any. Thanks
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Old 02-18-2013, 12:21 PM
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mine is on 3. tried the others and came back to 3.
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Re: LBF on the mini maxx

I use level 4. Haven't tried other ones so I can't compare. When I update my mini next time I might try level 3. I heard level 1 and 2 seemed sluggish and a lot of turbo lag since it uses less fuel when you take off.

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Yeah I can feel it lagging and hate it. I am going to try 3 out, how much does this effect fuel milage?
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Re: LBF on the mini maxx

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Yeah I can feel it lagging and hate it. I am going to try 3 out, how much does this effect fuel milage?
I would try level 4. I didn't notice a fuel mileage change compared to the update I had before we could adjust LBF

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Well I have to say level 3 is great. The lag is pretty much gone and it feels like it runs a lot better. So I will be leaving it on this setting, I also got some smoke out of the tail pipe. Had to gun it turning on a red light.
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Old 02-21-2013, 06:36 AM
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I think it's just a smoke switch. I've tried 1,3,5 and found no difference in performance. Just smokes like hell on 5 and quite a bit on 3.
I'm leaving mine on 1 until someone can tell me otherwise
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What exactly is the LBF and what does it do?
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Mines on zero, but I'm running a large single on a 6.4. Only difference I can really tell is less hazing on take off and driving in general. Our shop 6.7 is on 3 and its virtually smokeless.
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