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Old 08-05-2012, 07:26 AM
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?I have a 01 f350 with a exhaust intake ts chip with beans tunes and a boost foole. I noticed the other day in performance tune my boost seems to flutter in over drive when i push the pedal down to the floor. what could be causing this..
it flutters at like 20 psi.. In my daliy driver tune it does not do this and my boost goes past 20 psi to like 25 psi??/
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Turbo surge. Its not good for your turbo. There are a few fixes and it will probably only get worse if you let it go.
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I have a 2000 powerstroke with straight pipe, intake, superchil and banks big head waste gate, when I am in 5th gear and I put the pedal to the floor my turbo will start to make barking sound untill I let of the pedal, does anyone no what the problem could be?
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?I have a 01 f350 with a exhaust intake ts chip with beans tunes and a boost foole. I noticed the other day in performance tune my boost seems to flutter in over drive when i push the pedal down to the floor. what could be causing this..
it flutters at like 20 psi.. In my daliy driver tune it does not do this and my boost goes past 20 psi to like 25 psi??/
any noises? how bad does it flutter?

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I have a 2000 powerstroke with straight pipe, intake, superchil and banks big head waste gate, when I am in 5th gear and I put the pedal to the floor my turbo will start to make barking sound untill I let of the pedal, does anyone no what the problem could be?
Its called turbo bark. Quit doing it or your gonna have 2 pieces of shaft laying around. Ditch the superchps bull****.
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Old 08-09-2012, 08:35 PM
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The turbo bark will stop if I ditch the super chip? And what is the best chip or programmer for mpgs and power?
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:36 AM
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I might. Do you an auto, I'm going to guess? The best way to cure that is the ATS ported housing (preferable) or the wicked wheel (less preferable)
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any noises? how bad does it flutter?



Its called turbo bark. Quit doing it or your gonna have 2 pieces of shaft laying around. Ditch the superchps bull****.
What chip would be best
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Old 08-13-2012, 05:05 AM
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Beans would be.. followed by Tony Wildman.
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any noises? how bad does it flutter?



Its called turbo bark. Quit doing it or your gonna have 2 pieces of shaft laying around. Ditch the superchps bull****.
The only think it does is the flutter my boost bounces at like 20 psi.. but my dailydriver tune does not do this and it goes past 20 psi
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The only think it does is the flutter my boost bounces at like 20 psi.. but my dailydriver tune does not do this and it goes past 20 psi
If your boost gauge is bouncing @ 20psi, back and forth, it's surging.
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