good or bad for the turbo on a towing situation
Smarty doesn't boost fool, it just remaps the boost tables to the limit of the MAP sensor.do not add a fooler with a programmer... go smarty all the way... has its own fooler...
No, the WG, controller, and boost doesn't work like you think. The operation description is detailed in the FSM.you guys are way off base on the 05 and 07 trucks. the solenoid on the turbo charger does not work like you think and the boost fooler nor programmer can do anything to increase boost.the he351 is very inefficient above 35 psi and life is drastically shortened above this also. the dual wastegate pressure is for emissions control i think smarty keeps 12 volts applied to the solenoid.
That is not what the OP is asking. He is asking about a boost fooler not a Smarty.i would just get a smarty and be done with it... fool or no fool... why bother? be safe and get a smarty sw7 with timing right?
In most cases I agree. However I will say if the op plans on keeping the factory turbo then I wouldn't bother with the bf. 44 psi is plenty of boost for a stocker and daily driver.Get the boost fooler or you will more than likely have problems building adequate boost.
It won't make over 30 psi of boost if the WG Off option doesn't work which is very common. At least with the BF it will limit boost to around 40-42 psi for the most part.In most cases I agree. However I will say if the op plans on keeping the factory turbo then I wouldn't bother with the bf. 44 psi is plenty of boost for a stocker and daily driver.