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Old 11-09-2011, 09:29 AM
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Anyone get excessive turbo bark in REGEN?

I started a thread a few days ago about vibration/shutter noise comming on decel.. well its turbo bark. Its much more apparent now that my intake is installed. My question is.... Why is it so much more prevelant during regen. I can hear it even while accelerating. When the boost falls the surge comes in. The reason i notice this is because my truck is going into regen damn near every 50-75 miles. Its getting rediculous. DPF delete is comming but this is driving me nuts. Is my DPF clogged???
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Old 11-09-2011, 02:13 PM
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afternoon bump
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Mine does this too. Been going into regen every day for over a week now. I'd like to know what causes it too, but, my mini maxx and dpf/cat delete are in the mail on it's way to me right now.
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Old 11-09-2011, 03:13 PM
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Once you delete it all these issues will go away.
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Waitin on somebody but i wont mention names. Whens that exhaust going on? This is driving me crazy
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Haha. Putting my exhaust on Friday. It's killing me too looking at my new exhaust in the box
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There reason it happens so much in reagen is because if the fuel/heat in the exhaust. Its just how a turbo works.
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Old 11-10-2011, 03:55 AM
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good luck with the install. Hope it goes better then the egr delete
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Old 11-10-2011, 06:16 AM
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the exhaust goes on like butter, pull up the recent list of "tips" and it will fly by......much easier than the EGR delete......which i think i might have to attempt soon.
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ok well now i think i have a leak or somethings wrong. REGEN again today. well during regen if i slowly accelerate i can feel and see boost droping while accelerating then it surges back up. I also hear a violent whoosh while this is happening. Same whoosh i hear when i completely get off the throttle after i mash it. Were is the throttle on these things. I have my hood poped and want to rev it to see if i can tell were its comming from. thanks
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