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Old 05-02-2012, 11:24 AM
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ts 6 position not enough fuel?

Hey guys, when my chip is turned all the way up and i hammer on it the truck will cut out like it is not getting enough fuel. Does anyone else have this problem? I have stock injectors and a stock fuel system, what would you suggest that i upgrade next? I was thinking a fuel ststem? Also when the chip is all the way up the truck jumps up about 100 rpm and back down. Its not really a problem more just annoying is that common?
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sounds like a faulty chip, you check your fuel pressure? got gauges to trouble shoot with
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sounds like a faulty chip, you check your fuel pressure? got gauges to trouble shoot with
I have never checked the psi and i have the three pillar gauges including boost egt and tranny temp. This has done it since i owned the truck the kid before me put the chip in it
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Mine use to do the same thing. Then Friday and Saturday I put in a fuel system and t500 hpop and it fixed that problem. Then Sunday I did injectors and all I have to say is WOW!
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It's gonna be fuel delivery if you're hitting a 'wall' probably. HPOP or fuel system.
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STOCK INJECTORS ARE ONLY CAPABLE OF + 80 HP

I KEEP MINE ON 75.
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Old 05-02-2012, 06:21 PM
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Mine use to do the same thing. Then Friday and Saturday I put in a fuel system and t500 hpop and it fixed that problem. Then Sunday I did injectors and all I have to say is WOW!
How much did everything run you and where did you get it from? and did just the fuel system make a difference? not sure i am ready to do injectors
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Old 05-02-2012, 06:29 PM
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I did the fuel system and hpop at the same time. so not sure if just the fuel system made a difference but I'm sure it would. I got a t500 hpop I think was 450$ and the fuel system from irate diesel was 1000$. The injectors are stage 1.5 from rosewood.
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:32 AM
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you can do the e-fuel changeover yourself...
do a search for "E-Fuel", and you'll find many write-ups on it....both here, and on the Nation....

out of all the stuff I've changed on my rig, it has proven to be one of the best things I've done....
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sound simple, your hpop is not able to keep up with the injectors. the higher you have you chip up the wose it gets. almost positive by the way you describe it. easy way to find out is have somebody hook up a computer and watch your icp pressure and how it drops more and more the further you turn the chip up. to help that problem buy a adrenaline hpop, but if you plan to get bigger injectors do some reseach on hpop's and figure out what it best for your needs.
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