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question on wot fueling

Ok on my programmer you can adjust the wot fuel and how much goes to it, i was thinking that it would be nice to turn it up alittle seeing as it falls on its face at wot around 70 mph, the programmer is set at 90, but I bumped it to 95 and it gets it all the way to around 77? How much more could i crank it up safely without having to worry about anything? And is it just delaying the defueling??? Thanks
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Need to know what programmer and what other mods you have done to the truck.
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Depending on what you have, but the reason it's falling on it's face is because:
It's running out of HPO.
It's running out of fuel.

Are you running gauges?


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It's got a cold air, 4" exhaust, fpr mod and really worn out stage ones lol they've been in it for a long time, the programmer is the edge evolution cs,
Once I get more money I'm getting an adrenaline hpop and an airdog 150
So maybe I won't run out of oil or fuel then lol
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That's just an idea, you'd have to monitor those pid's under wot to see what they do.
What boost numbers are you hitting?

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25-30 pounds of boost it varies idk why?? Sometimes it just don't seem like it is using all the power..?
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That's plenty of boost. That's good actually.
Next questions is: Do you have a boost fooler? If not, once the MAP sensor see 23PSI (on a SD at least), it basically defuels. Not by limiting fuel, but high pressure oil since that fires the plunger which injects the fuel.


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I was told that 94-97 trucks usually dont need a boost fooler...?
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Idk. I'm gonna quit suggesting stuff on OBS trucks cause there's just too many differences.


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I noticed you said it dies at 70mph......What does it do in other gears throughout the rpm range?
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