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Old 10-14-2011, 02:21 PM
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think i blew it

got the bright idea to put my friends old bully dog triple dog programmer with the crazy larry setting in my truck forgetting that my wastegate was unpluged and i belive from looking at the oil covered motor that the turbo is done i heard it spool up big time and then smoke came from under the hood and truck shut down will know more sunday when i have tim to clean it and tear it down
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Holy crap dude, my buddy has that Crazy larry set on his duramax and all i can say is holy sh**. That setting is nasty, the only downfall is it seems to be real hard on the tranny. I hope you didnt do to much damage to it..
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my friend had a bully dog on his 6.0 and blew it up, that sucks man!
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Old 10-14-2011, 06:04 PM
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If it shut down with the sudden amount of oil, sounds like a HPO line or something along those like that . . . just cooking the turbo wouldn't shut it down like it sounds yours did.

My thoughts . . .
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Old 10-14-2011, 06:12 PM
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I had no idea programmers were that hard on the engines. I have one im just afraid to run it. I think after i get a pyrometer i will set it on tow safe. I know this sounds stupid to say, i just have fears of a rod coming out of the side of the block or something...
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Old 10-14-2011, 06:44 PM
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Tuners and chips, whatever you want to call them are actually relatively safe, it's all in how the end user drives the vehicle. I doubt we've heard the "real story" as to why he heard it spool up "big time." I ran a looney file on my old 6.0 for a couple years, with out one single issue. No studs, no EGR delete, all stock motor. With that said, running a tuner does increase cylinder pressures and you have a better likely old of lifting a head and blowing a head gasket so it's ways wise to run a pyro to monitor temps.
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Old 10-14-2011, 08:45 PM
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Not to mention canned tunes arnt the best either but it also comes down to how you drive the tuck as well. My buddy had the triple dog on his truck and it fried his pcm as he was backing out of a parking space in walmart.
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Tuners and chips, whatever you want to call them are actually relatively safe, it's all in how the end user drives the vehicle. I doubt we've heard the "real story" as to why he heard it spool up "big time." I ran a looney file on my old 6.0 for a couple years, with out one single issue. No studs, no EGR delete, all stock motor. With that said, running a tuner does increase cylinder pressures and you have a better likely old of lifting a head and blowing a head gasket so it's ways wise to run a pyro to monitor temps.
thats the whole story....might not be the turbo could be a oil line we will find out sunday...why wouldnt i give the whole story its my truck thats paid for that when i break it i fix it like i said put his programmer in and smashed the throttle a few times and and boom smoke everywhere pop the hood and oil is everywhere
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