Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: hudson, fl
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If you put your boost leak detector before the crank case vent then your pushing air into through the intakes on the head, try clamping it to the intake tube after removing the hard plastic piece the crankcase vent is located on. Then go slow up to 15 psi and see how that works out for you. When I did mine I added a shutoff valve on the boost leak detector that I made so I could pressure up to 15psi watching my in cab gauge, then shut the valve, and remove and shut off the compressor so I could hear things easier. Also wetting the intercooler boots with soapy water might help. Here is a pic of mine. Just outta curiosity have you recently lost boost and have made more with the tune you have?
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2000 DRW CC 7.3
Exterior: 08 Exterior Clone, 22.5's
Engine Mods: GTP38R WW2, 5 inch exhaust,T500, 6637, TW tunes,DI Up pipes, 6.7 fuel pump fuel system.
Trans Mods: 6.0 trans cooler, JW Valve body,Billet triple disc converter.
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