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Old 09-25-2013, 08:27 PM
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Turbo fluttering

So today I got my baby swamps installed I absolutely love them but I'm having two issues.

1. Check engine light under heavy throttle after a couple seconds and then it'll go out after I shut the truck off I'm assuming it has something to do with the hpop would this be the right direction to look?

2. And also when I get up pass 28 psi of boost it sounds like my turbo has a flutter anythoughts on this or is this common at those levels?

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Could it be defueling? I've heard of some OBS's doing this around 26-28 psi.
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It's like a fast fluttering and the faster I got the faster it gets it's weird it doesn't feel like its defueling

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Check it for shaft play, and if your hpop is stock you probably have low psi for those sticks, I had that problem with stock sticks but mine were split shots
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That's what I was thinking on the hpop I've been talking to joey from terminator engineering about a T-500 are those good pumps I've heard from a couple people that those are better than the srps and also if I am in need of a turbo any suggestion I was thinking about the barder 66 diy kit but any other suggestions

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The DIY 66 I've heard is good, so is the d66, t500 I've heard good things about but not as good as the srp1.1
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The DIY 66 I've heard is good, so is the d66, t500 I've heard good things about but not as good as the srp1.1
Ok how hard are these turbos to rebuild?

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Also another thing I noticed with the turbo fluttering is my gauge is fluttering also if that helps at all

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Could it be defueling? I've heard of some OBS's doing this around 26-28 psi.
mine defueled around 32+.

i have a dieselsite relief valve now and works great.
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