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Hey guys... new to diesel trucks LOVE my Dodge. 1992 D250, bone stock except intake is K&n, also has an intercooler i believe. I've heard about adjusting the fuel pump... can anyone walk me through this like explaining it to a child? i would like to blow a little bit more smoke when i touch the pedal :P
I understand the whole smoke out the exhaust is money out of my pocket.. i spend 700 a month in fuel... a little more wont kill me. anyone able to help out with how to do so ?
Are you trying to slowly kill your engine ooorrrrrrrrr what? More smoke just means more money wasted, and lost power since you'll be flooding the turbo more. I tuned my truck to smoke less and it runs much better than when it did smoke.
If you still want it to smoke, good luck, nobody is gonna help you give diesels an even worse rep.
Here is what you can do if want a lot smoke.... 1st-buy a turbo delete kit. second-do an intercooler delete that should hep you out some. third-get some 5,000hp injectors, that should really flood your engine out. P.S. if you hate to do a turbo delete just rap your air filter up several wally-world sacks and that should do the trick just fine. after all of theese mods you will be spending about $1000 worth of diesel.
1999 2500 5spd. RCLB 2WD leveled, Dana 80 3:55/Mag-hytech, EJWA/Hot unlock, DDP 50hp, FASS 150, Pusher Intake horn, BD boots S&B CAI, 4" TB Straight pipe/8" tip LEDs, HIDs, Circle M Bumper.
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