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Old 05-24-2010, 10:33 AM
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356rwhp @ 20lbs

I dynod my truck a few weeks ago, made 356 at the tire with stage 3s, intercooler, ts 6 position 140hp chip, 3inch downpipe and 4inch exhaust, stock fuel system and stock hpop pump and my truck stuggles to hit 20lbs of boost.....

It also seems to move better at on level 4 tune. Any ideas
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definite boost leak somewhere.

check all your silicone connector for your intercooler. also, check your firewall for soot. possibly your up pipes are leaking
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Nothing to do with a boost leak

Stage 3 injectors and a stock 15* HPOP
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Who's tunes on the chip?
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Old 05-24-2010, 10:53 AM
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there generic TS tunes, nothing fancy.
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Old 05-24-2010, 10:57 AM
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there generic TS tunes, nothing fancy.
I dont mean to be a dick.

But in the words of Bill Engvall. "here's your sign"

Get some tuning. A new HPOP and a d66 on there
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what he said ^^ I 100% agree. That pump is struggling to idle with those I bet. at least get an adrenaline
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Those stage 3s eat that oil in no time. And your turbo will hate you once you get oil
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I dont mean to be a dick.

But in the words of Bill Engvall. "here's your sign"

Get some tuning. A new HPOP and a d66 on there
D66 with 238s.... OK!
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D66 with 238s.... OK!
Ok fine an h2e then.

D66 would work for a while
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