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As you can see from my sig I have a sps62 with 150hp sticks, hrvp44, and a smarty. I get a lot of smoke sometimes on a hill when I stop, and take back off again. Always at risk of a lot of smoke if the boost goes below 7-10lbs.
Maybe I am too picky, maybe I expect too much.
When I was in Ohio I didnít have much smoke at all but down here in West Virginia I can shut down an intersection. Does 2,500ft of elevation make that much difference? Maybe its the fuel, or just that I drive up and down a lot more hills now. :P
What are my options? I was thinking maybe twins if I can get a turbo thatís a little quicker than my sps62 and run them together or just getting propane.
I have thought about getting smaller injectors.
What do you guys think?
I am not even sure why I bother asking this with my transmission slipping again.
Ok your first problem is your using a smarty as your main form of electronics. The reason I say that is that the smarty only makes about 65hp and fuels really hard on the bottom end, and leaves you disappointed on the top end. Most of the time the smarty is used stacked on top of another programmer on the 24v. My advise is one turn your smarty down to say level 3 and two take the money you where going to use on smaller injectors and buy a larger programmer such as tst powermax3 or edge comp ect. ect. and lastly I dont think you should be slipping your tranny at your power level but if so that should be first fix. Sorry for the rant
99' QB/LB auto, SOVP44, FASS 150, 5" Exhaust, Quad 4k Box, FBD 200hp sticks, Fully built tranny, BD Super B Special, Head studs, Hamilton Springs and O-ringed Head. Diesel Pros Cam, MaxSpool Pushrods and 7x.012injectors with lift waiting to go in
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