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Old 05-07-2009, 01:24 PM
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Question Boost Fooler Help

Hey guys I am looking into buying a boost fooler for my truck. I currently have a DP tuner so I think it will help me out alot. My question is what is a good boost fooler to buy and how much will it really help my truck? Thanks for any advice.
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Hey guys I am looking into buying a boost fooler for my truck. I currently have a DP tuner so I think it will help me out alot. My question is what is a good boost fooler to buy and how much will it really help my truck? Thanks for any advice.
ITP offers a kit i believe. Its just going to prevent your truck from defueling. Stock turbo is good to about 28 lbs. Keep it set right in that range unless your lookin for a turbo
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So the defueling is going to cause a loss in power in the top end correct?
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Old 05-08-2009, 09:35 AM
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DIY Boost Fooler

Best bang for the buck set it at 20PSI or below and you will be good.

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Would OBS trucks benefit from a boost fooler?
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