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Old 07-05-2009, 08:41 PM
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To much Turbo surge??

I have been doing alot of reading on turbo surge but it seems like I get way to much surge. I got stage 2 afe intake sct I think its just a cat back system. But anyway 3rd gear and above if im just cruisin at about 1800rpms and roll into it the boost gauge jumps around and it sounds like the airfilter is going to be sucked inside out any ideas. Just surge or do i need to look for something eles????
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Old 07-05-2009, 09:20 PM
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I dont have any clue what your talking about.

Are you hearing a shutter? That is called turbo shutter. Can be fixed in MANY differnt ways.

Cheap way. Wicked Wheel.
Expensive way. Well just call Beans Diesel Performance.

I have also noticed that this happens on trucks that havent been modded long. Mine did it for about 6000 miles after modifications were added and then quit.
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Old 07-05-2009, 09:28 PM
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If you shift down to a lower gear it doesnt do it. I can get the turbo surge when it is on stock tune. It may still be surge but the surge noise is alot louder and the boost gauge jumps around and there is alot of noise on the airfilter side of the engine compartment.
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Old 07-05-2009, 09:45 PM
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whenever whe get those into my shop we recommend a waste gate and compressor wheel and if you have the extra cash i would go with a bigger housing also banks sells a kit for 5-6 hundred i believe or you can buy a 38r
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mines doing the same thing. i only notice it on the highway, especially going up hills to the cabin. Any one else have any ideas? I have the mods in my sig, it makes a few different distinct sounds, one is almost like a high pitched buzzing sound, other is a much higher than normal turbo sound (if that makes sense)
Any ideas?
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Old 07-06-2009, 08:46 AM
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There is something else you can do WITHOUT destroying your truck with BANKS crap.

Just get a van turbo. The housing is larger and will stop the surging or shuttering. I would recomend that and a wicked wheel unless you are going to buy a gtp38r ball bearing turbo.

dont buy the banks system though.
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I dont have any clue what your talking about.

Are you hearing a shutter? That is called turbo shutter. Can be fixed in MANY differnt ways.

Cheap way. Wicked Wheel.
Expensive way. Well just call Beans Diesel Performance.

I have also noticed that this happens on trucks that havent been modded long. Mine did it for about 6000 miles after modifications were added and then quit.
Boost leaks generally help cure turbo surge lol

To the OP, sounds like you've got a boost leak. Check your IC boots first, then look for soot on the exhaust side of things. Make sure your gettin good pressure to and from the turbo.
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Old 07-07-2009, 02:33 AM
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Why does everybody have to hate on Banks?
I have it on my truck and it runs just fine.
I'm not complaining about it.
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Old 07-07-2009, 09:28 AM
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Banks makes low end products and bashes all the other tuners and builders. Hell I just seen a magazine article where Gale was bashing all the guys doing 6.4 stuff. RIGHT IN THE FREAKIN MAGAZINE. Saying. Dont buy a dirty chip. Buy our clean diesel crap.

FUK BANKS You can keep that chitty six gun
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Banks makes low end products and bashes all the other tuners and builders. Hell I just seen a magazine article where Gale was bashing all the guys doing 6.4 stuff. RIGHT IN THE FREAKIN MAGAZINE. Saying. Dont buy a dirty chip. Buy our clean diesel crap.

FUK BANKS You can keep that chitty six gun
Well It's not like a beat the living hell out of my truck like some of the ****ing people on this forum. I like banks and that is my own opinion. I just don't get why everybody here has to be *** holes like you. Maybe next time you could keep your opinions to yourself and not speak at all? That would help me out a lot not to read your text on my computer screen
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