Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Tucson AZ
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Thanks for the info. Here's the story. I was pulling my gooseneck horse trailer empty the other day when my buddy who happened to be driving an 06 Dodge empty with no trailer got a little lippy on the phone. Something about me keeping up. At the next light the race was on - funny thing he couldn't leave the OBS pulling the trailer. I was so busy driving that I didn't notice the Gauge. My co-pilot suggested I let out as my gauge was buried at 1500* for at least 10-15 seconds. I won the bragging rights but lost some boost after the little racing incident. Before it was 30# and would spike to 33# when it shifted. Now I max out at 25#. Not sure what I hurt?
To answer the how high question - Empty WOT it will get to 1400 - 1500 fairly quickly. Towing the horses in the hills it will easily get to 1400.
Do you lose much going back to the stock housing performance wise?
1997 F250 PSD, 4x4, CC, SB, 4" Lift, Dana 60 Front, Built Automatic, 4.10 LS, Blackbirds Rear Disc Brakes
Tymar Intake, Banks Intercooler, D66 Turbo, EBPV Delete, 3" Down Pipe, Kitty Gutted, Muffler Delete, Exhaust 3.5", 17* HPOP
CCV Reroute, FPR Shimmed, Rear Air Bags, Pillar Gauged - Pyro, Boost, Tranny Temp,
Tonys Tunes - Stock, Econo, Tow, Extreme
Rosewood Stage I injectors