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I've been Chatting on FB messenger with One Stop Truck Shop, the vendor I bought my tunes from. In addition to boost leaks, they had me check my coolant level in the secondary coolant system.
Below is what they said about temps.
"as far as temperature goes we normally recommend keeping it under 1350 degrees for extended periods of time if you did go higher than that a general rule of thumb is the higher you go the shorty want to hold it there. On other vehicles with a hotter tune we have pushed in well above 1600 for brief spurts. Situation is like hammering down and getting onto the freeway or getting up to speed or drag racing stuff like that. I personally have gotten up to 1800 degrees during a 30 second or so race with no issues caused from it."
He also said "we can always get a revision for you and try to turn the fuel down a little bit on the top end to see if it helps"
96 F250, 2wd regular cab. bone stock, 235,000 miles.