I took the truck out today to play with it with the defueling turned off. I did a search on here when I got back on people's EGT. Mine jump up quick and get hot to the point that the truck is not all that much fun. I could never run the quarter mile, hell, the 330' without seeing 1400 plus degrees. Now, I know what I'm supposed to see so I only got up that high TWICE and didn't do it again. Why are they so high? I only have the thing set on PL 05, and it has the Banks High Ram Intake, Banks Exhaust, etc. The thing should be breathing o.k.. I see around 22-24 psi of boost at WOT, but I can't stay there long due to EGT's getting high to quick. What can I do, or what can I check? Who is a local guru for me in Northern Virginia that can help me out? On a side not, I did kill my buddy's 05 with the BullyDog off the line bad but he caught me and passed me easily due to the adrenaline defueling. Hell, I'm so new to the Cummins engine I don't know if the thing is even running like it's supposed to. I have a fuel pressure gauge on the way as I thought the Adrenaline came with one, but I was wrong. Hopefully it isn't low fuel pressure that could be causing the EGT's to be high. Maybe not enough fuel is causing a lean condition? I'm just grasping at straws, and any help would be greatly appreciated.