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Our internet connection out here is painfully slow to upload videos, so I'll have to pass on that idea. The smoke on mine is limited by me using the least smoky low boost fueling in the mini maxx. It's just a really light smoke before the boost comes on at all. Once the boost starts, the computer feeds it more fuel and it smokes quite a bit more until the turbo finishes spooling. I may change to a tighter exhaust housing to help with lower rpm at the high altitude I live at.
If I don't hold sixth gear manually below 70 mph and let it down shift, lag isn't very bad at all. From a dead stop it probably takes 50% longer than the stock turbo to light. It isn't too bad from a lag perspective, but I'm used to older cummins trucks too.
Max boost is about 35 in the midrange, dropping to about 31 at high rpm full throttle operation. That's to the best of my memory. I haven't driven it too much yet.
2011 F350 4X4 CCSB SRW, King Ranch, 3.55, Mini Maxx, 4 inch exhaust, egr gone, Confederate Diesel turbo kit with a S363 and 0.91 twin scroll turbine housing, and stock air filter.