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Old 12-19-2013, 11:59 PM
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Stalls after turbo surge/fart

Ok so since my truck has had a programer and a chip if i work the truck hard and have higher rpm and let off my truck i get turbo surge and my truck will stall. This is with between 20 and 25psi of boost. Stock injectors and stock turbo on my E99 f-250. Any ides on why this maybe happening?
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Old 12-20-2013, 02:47 AM
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Is it throwing any codes? You have any way to check fuel pressure. If it's not fuel related it might be a sticking ipr. When mine went out the truck would die if I hit the gas then let off quickly.
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even though you have a 10 blade compressor wheel you can still get surge.
i could get mine to surge with the gen1 wicked wheel which is the same as whats in your turbo.
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Old 12-23-2013, 03:19 AM
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Is it throwing any codes? You have any way to check fuel pressure. If it's not fuel related it might be a sticking ipr. When mine went out the truck would die if I hit the gas then let off quickly.
Nope no codes checked with a snap on moddis and fuel pressures were good. It only happens under hard load, like when i hooked to the transfer sled this past summer soon as i let off it surged and died. I was woundering if maybe the surge was starving it for air just enough to stall the engine. im befuzzled
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was your truck defueling? ive had that happen before.
trying to climb a steep hill offroad and pedal to the floor, ended up killing the truck lol
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could be idk figured maybe someone here might know
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