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Old 04-19-2013, 11:19 AM
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H&S .31 Update

How you guys like it?

Drove around town a bit today. Noticeable drop in boost psi. It also reduced black smoke by at least 50%. Shifts better. Will be driving it a lot this week, will see how it runs...
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Old 04-19-2013, 01:03 PM
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so far so good. I like how at 50% throttle I am not at 32-33psi.
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so far so good. I like how at 50% throttle I am not at 32-33psi.
What do you guys have your defuel set to for boost? i have mine at 32 and I cant even get on my truck without it literally defueling in an instant
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Old 04-19-2013, 05:57 PM
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I only have a defuel for EGTs set at 1500
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interesting, i dont have the .31 update yet... i still have the .30 what did you have your boost set for that? i wanna take it off but imm afraid of it blowing somethin haha
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Just got back from a round trip outside of Orlando. I really like it. I wasn't sure about it first buts its PERFECT. It's much more noticeable on the highway running 60-80mph. Boost doesnt spike when your trying to gently over-take. The Pre-.31 you would be all over the Boost DeFuel Parameter while running 70-75 try to overtake at 50% throttle(like said above). Also like that I won't be running such high PSI while towing. Great Shifting at WOT. Very precise and firm shifts with a lot of power. Smoke is reduced. I was getting some great mpg's running on 150hp. 19.5mpg @ 75mph w/ a tail wind.

This update is as close as it gets to being STOCK. Smooth running/shifting, And Boost PSI is only 4-6psi over stock. This should be great for longevity for our PSD's/Turbo's.

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