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Old 05-20-2012, 08:21 AM
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Truck stalls after injectors, turbo, SRP1, and 6 pos

Alright im gonna go through everything that happens quick

I just had the motor out of my truck to do an oil pan and at the same time i put in Rosewood stage IIs, D66, SRP1, ts 6 pos and 5 inch exhaust. I just got the truck all wrapped back up and took it for the first ride and hammered on it once in extreme and everything was fine. Then a buddy wanted to come over and go for a ride and i rode around for a bit them put it in extreme and started layin into it and it just starts to pull and the truck just died. it started right back up and ran fine so i tried it again and same thing it will just start to light up then just die. so i took it back home and it sat for a few days then tired it again drove it about 15 miles (it drives fine without hammin it) and on the way home i did it again and it died but this time when it started it would only rev to 1000 RPM so i limped it home and the intake fell out of the orange boot and was almost crimped half way off. Fixed that and it revs fine but didnt take it for a ride. The intake wouldnt have anything to do with making it die if it was messed up would it??? Any thoughts or suggestions on where to start??? Thanks
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:33 AM
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Sounds like using crappy boots and boost lines
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:38 AM
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Thats what i was thinking i am going to order all rifraff intake boots after this weekend but would that actually make the truck cut out?
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Old 05-20-2012, 09:55 AM
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I dont know man.. if there is so much boost that it's collapsing boots, it will def make a noticeable difference in performance.. I dunno about cutting out though...
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Old 05-20-2012, 02:56 PM
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It didnt really collapse them in i just had them rigged to take it for a ride and there wasnt much left to put the hose clamp on but didnt have the money to buy new boots yet so its not really to much boost it was just a bad setup for that part im just trying to figure out what could kill it at higher rpms
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Old 05-20-2012, 03:09 PM
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If the connection isn't good, there could be massive boost leaks... I bet that might be happening? I'd wait for more people to chime in tho before you drop cash on new IC boots and stuff though.
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I think the first thing im gonna try is a cps... Ive been reading and it sounds like the symptoms except this dies kind of at the same point every time where it sounds like if it was a cps it would be more random but it sounds like they can be bretty wierd so im gonna give it a shot next week
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May be a silly question but did you upgrade your fuel system with these mods?? Sounds to me like it might be a fueling issue. Does it only do this in extreme or in all tunes?

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No i didnt do anything with the fuel system but i did have the lines off but they went back on ok and everything. It does it in all tunes including stock
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Old 05-21-2012, 07:53 PM
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May be a silly question but did you upgrade your fuel system with these mods?? Sounds to me like it might be a fueling issue. Does it only do this in extreme or in all tunes?

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I was thinking a fuel/air issue also... didn't even think to ask if he's got stock fuel system though
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