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Old 03-03-2014, 06:10 PM
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Low boost, high get, way too much fuel please help

Okay I have a 7.3 psd in a 00 ex mods are as follows, 38r ww2, farmers single shot 165/100's, t500, swamps module, 4-5" exhaust, ebpv delete, hydra custom burnt chip, intake, snow perf stg 3 water meth, i think thats it i cant remember for sure. Heres the problem yesterday I was on it hard all was working well then boost just plummeted I am making 13lbs at redline and bellowing black.

Ive checked the following map, turbo, pressurized the charge side no leaks, wastegate isn't stuck open, everything seems to be in order i just have no boost.

Any help would be great thank you!!!
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Leaking up pipes.
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Old 03-03-2014, 06:59 PM
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I checked them and didnt notice any excess soot i would that be present?
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Old 03-03-2014, 07:04 PM
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That would be present. Pop your hood, and throttle up in gear, with your foot on the brake. Don't roast your tires, just try to build boost. If there's a leak pre-turbo, the smoke will rat it out.

Unless there's a hole in one of your boots, I'm unsure.
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Its dark now i will try in the morning. I capped the turbo inlet and pressurized the system from the map sensor inlet on the intake manifold it didn't show signs of a leak.
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Sounds like you have an injectors stuck open on the fuel side.

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Sounds like you have an injectors stuck open on the fuel side.

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That would cause a dump in boost?
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That would cause a dump in boost?
Yes. My truck did the same thing when I was running 160/100's and had the oil side stick open. Being the oil side I bellowed white smoke though. Fuel side would be rollin coal.

Over fuel will cause drag on the turbine wheel.
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And I learned another something. Thank you for the insight.
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