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post #1 of 25 Old 01-27-2013, 08:58 AM Thread Starter
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i just installed rosewood stage 1s yesterday amd i want to know if upgrading to a t500 is really worth iy. what would i belooking at difference wise?

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The big thing to look at it duty cycle and HPO pressure. If you are keeping the pressure high and the duty cycle low, you will notice very little difference. But if you pressure is dropping off and the duty cycle is going up, then the T500 will make a noticeable difference

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How do I check duty cycle and hop pressure and what are these?

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How do I check duty cycle and hop pressure and what are these?
You need a GOOD scanner or scan gauge

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What should they be at? What's the numbers that make it worth getting it?

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The big thing to look at it duty cycle and HPO pressure. If you are keeping the pressure high and the duty cycle low, you will notice very little difference. But if you pressure is dropping off and the duty cycle is going up, then the T500 will make a noticeable difference
Even with this shouldnt it make a difference since I have a 15* pump

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It depends how good your 15* pump is

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It depends how good your 15* pump is
So you're saying a 15* stock pump good condition is just as good as a 17* t500?

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Put your chip on extreme and stomp on the gas, does it throw a CEL? If it did, test done, get a T-500

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Put your chip on extreme and stomp on the gas, does it throw a CEL? If it did, test done, get a T-500
LOL, yeah that works too

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