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Old 02-02-2012, 03:40 PM
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Parts list Q's

Hey all, im looking to do some things to the truck here within the next month so ive made up a parts list. if their is anything you see that you would change/add/delete please let me know. im also looking into sled pulling, with that said will any of these mods help with that at all. im not looking to win, i just want to have fun without breaking anything... and not be last. lol

Riffraff Boot kit
FRX
HPX
CCV Mod
Phoenix Chip-Havent decided what tunes yet?
MBRP 4" turbo back single stack
Whicked wheel

I know its nothing major, im just trying to keep it under 1500 but i will go a couple hundred over if need be. thanks in advance for all your comments and suggestions.
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Old 02-02-2012, 11:40 PM
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The list looks good. I don't know about sled pulling as i'd be to afraid to try it without a built trans but it'll definately be a different truck when you get it all installed
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Just remember that the WW will cost you some boost, and raise egt.
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Just remember that the WW will cost you some boost, and raise egt.
i've heard of a 1 or 2 psi loss but never heard about it raising egts.
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When I installed my WW i lost 2psi max and my egts stayed the same
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Old 02-03-2012, 08:52 AM
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I know it is hard to quantify,since every truck is a little different and we all drive different but. Given the same load on an engine, same fuel rate, with less boost is going to result in higher temps.
I believe a lot of people forget diesel fuel burns different then gasoline. With gas, a lean mixture means higher temps. A lean mixture results in cooler temps.
Both given that once there is too much air in the mix combustion will stop producing usable power.
Took a lot of research to wrap my head around the differences in gas versus diesel performance. They are two different animals.
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