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Old 10-18-2007, 08:08 AM
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smokin diesel

I hate to sound so clueless, but how do I make my PSD smoke? Its an auto
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Old 10-18-2007, 08:12 AM
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Intake,Exhaust,Gauges, and A Flip Chip Will Make it roll the coal!! you can get all that stuff from the vendors for 1200 bux or so the first 3 aint that fun but ur rig will thank you
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If you really just wanna roll the coal....forget about the intake...just get a HOT tune and Exhaust. Get an EGT gauge too. Put the tune on the highest setting it has and Powerbrake the poo out of it....Instant Coal-Roll. Watch those EGT's though....1250 is about the highest sustained you wanna go.burnout
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Yup -- too much fuel and not enough air is what you shoot for to get coal a rollin...
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If you really just wanna roll the coal....forget about the intake...just get a HOT tune and Exhaust. Get an EGT gauge too. Put the tune on the highest setting it has and Powerbrake the poo out of it....Instant Coal-Roll. Watch those EGT's though....1250 is about the highest sustained you wanna go.burnout
I've never heard the term powerbraking, what is that?
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:21 AM
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Hold the brake down and press on the throttle at the same time.
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and watch the tranny temps when you do, it will get REAL hot, REAL fast
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