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My boost with Ww2 and waste gate controller

So I just ran my ae with ebp sensor reading. I've been curious about my drive pressures. I have about 500 miles on the ww2 waste gate controller,boost fooler ,and new up pipes.

Floored from rolling start:
Boost gauge pegs 30 psi and surges to 34psi around shifts.
Exhaust back pressure reads 50 psi, When boost is 30ish. Idle the pressure is 15psi so... At wot I've got 35psi of back pressure right? Pretty close to 1:1 drive pressure.

So is running my stock turbo higher then 30psi bad for it? Even with nice drive pressures?

01 F-350 reg cab srw 7.3
Important stuff:
Beans stage 1 injectors, Beans 6 position chip
Dieselsite ww2, boost fooler, wastegate controller
gauges, upgraded up pipes,
afe intake, 4" flow through muf w/turn out
BTS transmission, 6.0 cuuuler
35"toyo mt on 18" black kmc addicts

06 F-350 cc srw 6.0 lariat
build being planned...starting with the cab off
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