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Old 04-23-2013, 04:55 PM
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Black Smoke HELP

Hey guys a little help here I just had my turbo wheel replaced with a WW2 and also put on a CFM intake manifold. Prior to the work I had litte to no black smoke and my EGT's were low until I would really get on it. Now if I accelerate med. pedal I have alot of black smoke and EGT's are near 1000. I have a PHP tuner and other mods by the way the entire turbo was taken off and the two gaskets were replaced and no delete either.
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:43 PM
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How quickly and how much boost are you making with the new impeller? maybe it was installed wrong?
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:48 PM
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28 lbs of boost i don't think I should have this much smoke
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no. not at all.

is your MAP and MAT sensors connected? tubes and all? no leaks in the intercooler pipes and is there a tuner?
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Old 04-24-2013, 12:43 AM
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All tubes are connected I honestly don't know where the MAT sensor is and what is the best way to tell if you have a leak? All connection are tight I am just not sure what the deal is. Yes I do have a tuner from PHP
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All tubes are connected I honestly don't know where the MAT sensor is and what is the best way to tell if you have a leak? All connection are tight I am just not sure what the deal is. Yes I do have a tuner from PHP
I belive the MAT sensor is pre turbo but i could be wrong, that sensor could be intake air temp sensor.
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I belive the MAT sensor is pre turbo but i could be wrong, that sensor could be intake air temp sensor.
MAT is the Manifold Absolute Temp sensor. when that thing goes bad on most powerstrokes theres alot of smoke. it senses the temp of the air coming in so the truck can fire the injectors correctly
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