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Old 01-29-2014, 03:08 PM
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Truck bogs down/de-fuels??

Ok, so as the title states I have been trying to diagnose this problem for a while. If I try to do a burnout in my truck and reach around 2000 rpms the truck just bogs down and flutters around 1500-1750 rpms. I hope I don't get flamed for this, but I am worried that I might have a problem with my fuel system. It even does it if I am starting out at a dead stop and mash it, the truck bogs down for a second and the rpms drop then pick back up. I am thinking that my truck can't keep up with what the TS chip is telling it supply even though my truck still did it bone stock.
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what does it do with the chip removed?

you can build a fuel pressure gauge that reaches up to the wiper so you can see your fuel pressure while you are driving. pick it up from the schrader valve on the filter bowl.

If you do not mash it, what does it do?

do you have an auto?
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what does it do with the chip removed?

you can build a fuel pressure gauge that reaches up to the wiper so you can see your fuel pressure while you are driving. pick it up from the schrader valve on the filter bowl.

If you do not mash it, what does it do?

do you have an auto?
The truck still did it when I didn't have the chip on. If I don't mash it and slowly ease into it it picks up real fast and has plenty of torque/power. The truck is an auto. I'll look into making a fuel pressure gauge. It really only bogs down when I really get into it or try to do a burnout/"powerbrake" it other than that the truck performs great.

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