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more fuel delivered to the engine means more exhaust gasses to spin the turbo harder which boosts pressure. that is why when you initially step on it there is a lag, because you over-fuel (black smoke) then the turbo starts to catch up and smoke goes away but turbo pressure is up because its spinning faster delivering good clean air to aid in fuel burn.
somedays its just not worth chewing through the restraints
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2011 F350 psd cc lariet ultimate dually still stock
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