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post #33841 of 34279 Old 08-26-2019, 04:58 AM

 
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On another note im gonna tear into my 04 soon. Been puking anytime i tow my little 6x10 cargo trailer. Wqs doing it at 80+ so i figure slow to 70 and be ok. Nope its broke as I knew it would. Been in contact with @[email protected] for parts. Guess its time to give up the digits, lol.

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My 6 leaker is about to go under the knife too. I'm pretty certain I'm not going to be able to make it through another winter with these injectors and I dont want to stay stock. They have horrible stiction, not very good balance rates, and its got a few oil leaks along with 380k miles on stock head bolts. LOL

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No reason to believe it's not, it's a mechanical. When I floored it on the interstate it went to 36 while spooling up low and then above like 2300 it went to 31.
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No reason to believe it's not, it's a mechanical. When I floored it on the interstate it went to 36 while spooling up low and then above like 2300 it went to 31.

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That doesn’t sound bad to me. Stock head bolts, running Looney, I would hit 37psi regularly. Other tunes were slightly lower, and stock was about 27psi.


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So been wanting to post up all the pics. But honestly, time has not been a friend of mine these last few weeks. Been driving the truck and I must report that so far, everything is seemingly good but the power increase doesn't seem as much as I thought it would be. Currently it's still on stock programming. However, I think my stock air intake is actually causing a restriction. I upgraded to a Powermax turbo, CSF 6028 intercooler, No Limit "cold side" intake, and Odawgs S3R intake manifold. Also, the exhaust manifolds were upgraded to BD manifolds. My exhaust is basically straight piped 4" with no muffler. So anyhow, the turbo whistle is ear piercingly loud. And I feel like over a certain RPM, the air intake the whistle then changes noise to a strange whine. The filter is the only part that is stock in the whole process of air flow. I've read somewhere the stock filter is plenty sufficient. So what are y'alls thoughts? Or is it mostly due to the stock programming? I've heard some say the stock filter is plenty sufficient.


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So been wanting to post up all the pics. But honestly, time has not been a friend of mine these last few weeks. Been driving the truck and I must report that so far, everything is seemingly good but the power increase doesn't seem as much as I thought it would be. Currently it's still on stock programming. However, I think my stock air intake is actually causing a restriction. I upgraded to a Powermax turbo, CSF 6028 intercooler, No Limit "cold side" intake, and Odawgs S3R intake manifold. Also, the exhaust manifolds were upgraded to BD manifolds. My exhaust is basically straight piped 4" with no muffler. So anyhow, the turbo whistle is ear piercingly loud. And I feel like over a certain RPM, the air intake the whistle then changes noise to a strange whine. The filter is the only part that is stock in the whole process of air flow. I've read somewhere the stock filter is plenty sufficient. So what are y'alls thoughts? Or is it mostly due to the stock programming? I've heard some say the stock filter is plenty sufficient.


Tune that puppy!!!! Stock is stock. You will wake up that puppy with proper tunes!!


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If you're in a clean environment, take the intake off for a quick run and see if it changes. Then you'll know if it is restricting it.
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That doesn’t sound bad to me. Stock head bolts, running Looney, I would hit 37psi regularly. Other tunes were slightly lower, and stock was about 27psi.


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with my 03 turbo i hit 42 punching it uphill with looney
only problem was leaning foreward
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