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Old 04-21-2013, 03:05 PM
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HELP!! H&S Mini Maxx Help w/ Pyro

Guys, I need help!

So, I dpf deleted my truck just now. Put on a 5 inch exhaust. Then I unplugged the egg (both plugs) and hooked up my mini maxx. Pyro 1 says like 2300 and Ill i did was start it up. Automatically says defueling. What am I doing wrong, or what did I do wrong???

Can't figure this one out....
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Old 04-21-2013, 03:47 PM
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Never mind, mods please delete. I'm an idiot an see that someone else just had this problem and it was answered. Ughhh i'm stupid...
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:49 AM
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NO YOUR NOT , because I want to know the SAME thing !!!! was showing like 2500 at idle !!!!!!
I"ll try and find the post that answers this problem !!!

thanks for all the guys posting all this great info, Steve
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:52 AM
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set your pyro 1 to h&s and it will stop.
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Now you guys just need a egr delete kit. (Block off plates w/ pyro bung). And you can monitor accurate temps

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Here is some useless information for a revived thread, but I thought to share anyways...

The shop that deleted my truck used an EGT sensor from the DPF and stuck it into one of the EGR valves when they installed the EGR block off plates. The Pyro temps seem to be accurate. I have rarely seen them above 1,000 degrees as I drive for only short periods of time, but they definitely climb when I get on it or drive for longer than 20 minutes.
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