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Old 03-19-2012, 10:48 AM   #73 (permalink)
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Once again dont confuse bd with bully dog, two different companies and pins. Bd makes a great pin.
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well i guess aside from Denn T and M & H there all the only ones worth a dang from what im told, HOWEVER i guess i shouldnt say anything due to the fact ive never ran a BD so....
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I know 2 people with bd pins, with unmolested pumps. however with hx35s, exhaust, and either stock injectors or 60hp injectors.

Neither one of them has ever had an o-ring problem and they are a less smoke/faster spooling more smooth power than the what seems like a hundred trucks I have seen with a denny pin. Also the hp/tq gain from the bd pin feels about the same.

My dad has a denny pin and it doesn't seem to have the gain that the bd pin gives, because his truck has more of a flooded feeling than the bd pin. WOT full blown to the wood after spooled feeling is exactly the same. His truck is stock in the pump department besides pin.

Point I'm making is the bd pin seems to be less aggressive with the same full fueling and it provides less smoke and faster spooling, the denny pin stage 1 or 2 seems to be more of a young kid smokey style pin.
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I know 2 people with bd pins, with unmolested pumps. however with hx35s, exhaust, and either stock injectors or 60hp injectors.

Neither one of them has ever had an o-ring problem and they are a less smoke/faster spooling more smooth power than the what seems like a hundred trucks I have seen with a denny pin. Also the hp/tq gain from the bd pin feels about the same.

My dad has a denny pin and it doesn't seem to have the gain that the bd pin gives, because his truck has more of a flooded feeling than the bd pin. WOT full blown to the wood after spooled feeling is exactly the same. His truck is stock in the pump department besides pin.

Point I'm making is the bd pin seems to be less aggressive with the same full fueling and it provides less smoke and faster spooling, the denny pin stage 1 or 2 seems to be more of a young kid smokey style pin.
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I know 2 people with bd pins, with unmolested pumps. however with hx35s, exhaust, and either stock injectors or 60hp injectors.

Neither one of them has ever had an o-ring problem and they are a less smoke/faster spooling more smooth power than the what seems like a hundred trucks I have seen with a denny pin. Also the hp/tq gain from the bd pin feels about the same.

My dad has a denny pin and it doesn't seem to have the gain that the bd pin gives, because his truck has more of a flooded feeling than the bd pin. WOT full blown to the wood after spooled feeling is exactly the same. His truck is stock in the pump department besides pin.

Point I'm making is the bd pin seems to be less aggressive with the same full fueling and it provides less smoke and faster spooling, the denny pin stage 1 or 2 seems to be more of a young kid smokey style pin.
I never ran a bd pin but I do agree I almost have to run a valve spring under the starwheel to control smoke with my Denny t stage II

I would not want an afc delete with my setup. My injectors flow all the fuel I can use so the afc is all I got to control smoke!

A tight afc will build far more power than flooding out your engine and drowning your turbo. I would bet on it.

With stock injectors, A heavy fueling pin, Or the pump top delete, would be a good performance upgrade, but If you want more... Then injectors is where I'd lay down my cash... then work on stopping 'em. OR AD MORE AIR!

With fuel projected to go past $5 a gallon this summer I'd work on making the most power with as little black coming out the tail pipe as possible.

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I can drive my truck with a delete just the same as a fuel pin by easing on the skinny pedal until its spooled basicly ramping the fuel like the pin does. Im getting the same mileage however i cant be precise on that cause my odo is out.
I can drive mine with stock injectors just fine no smoke and can ease all the way to wot with just a haze with her to the floor
Now if i drop the hammer it will dump but drive it normal and easy and you'd never now you had it.
And unless you running big injectors that run alota fuel at idle i don't see why it would be bad.
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