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  2. You can see the snubber on the end of the needle valve...
  3. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    Got it. I'll run it on the way in to work tomorrow and see how it does. Thanks for the help guys. I'll report back tomorrow
  4. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    timing advance is no longer base 17* it is on top of your rpm timing curve. So you will get a max of 19* at 2k rpm
  5. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    Since I posted earlier I have changed my timing settings to the following: fuel load timing:2 Low psi timing reduct: 3 Timing reduct scaling :100% light throttle timing adv: 1 light throttle timing limit: 35% 1500:16 2000:18 2500:22 3000:25 max: 26 should I pull throttle advance back to 0? It was my understanding that it's based off of 17* base timing so shouldn't 1 degree put me at 18 not 19.5? Is there someone I'm missing? also headstuds will probably the next thing on the list since I plan on bigger injectors and turbo in the not to distant future.
  6. Slightly early... Typically I'm winterizing at about October 20th. This year we are seeing 35*F mornings at September 24th... It should warm up this week but for how long who knows...
  7. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    I would prefer you had studs, but I can say pretty much all tuners out there can get 19.5* of timing at 2000 rpm. you will feel the truck being held back when timing is to far advanced. In order to be safe with it, I would just ensure that timing gets pulled as soon as you increase fueling beyond cruise state. Use the Light throttle load limit to control this. that % should be set ~%5 above your cruising load. That will ensure that if you increase load timing will decrease and not risk damage to the headgasket My truck likes that much timing at 2k rpm. I ran that much timing for ALONG time on stock headbolts.
  8. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    Alright. I'll drop down to level 3 again and try to make it haze pretty good. Is 19.5* timing at 1900-2000 rpm too much when cruising?
  9. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    Add more fuel until you see a dark haze. That should get you as much fuel as needed when you go WOT from a light. I would try adding fuel to the canbus before wiretap. Think of Wiretap as a way to fill the mid to high rpm lul that occurs on a stock truck.
  10. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    I'm leaving as hard as I can with out trying to slip the clutch. It's pretty agreessive and if I just stab the throttle I get a hiccup.
  11. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    Wiretap is also related to TPS input so if you are leaving the light at light throttle then you wont be using much wiretap. MPG while leaving a light is also VERY bad regardless lol. If it's clean at %115 add another %5. I can't speak to what is normal. Are you going WOT leaving a light and it is still clean?
  12. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    If I drop the boost limit that low won't i be using wire tap pretty much anytime I'm accelerating? Also won't that kill mpg? if I put them can bus at 115 I am still clean off idle. Is that normal or should I atleast be hazing?
  13. Does it seem early to you Mike? Seems like we are burning wood earlier this year.
  14. So most likely quieter weather in the fall. My wife commented too that last year while traveling to Nebraska in May the storms were surprisingly violent while driving. Fall would have better colors too.
  15. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    I would run the stock injector daily tune I posted in the tune download section. Yes the box under the hood sees the same boost you do. The box under the hood reads boost from the ECM until 16 psi. I woiuld just crank up canbus fueling at 0psi as high as you want until you run into smoke. Then create the curve based on that. Also take your Pump Low Boost Scale: setting down from 8 psi to 2ish. That way you are getting wiretap sooner.
  16. Rear main seal replacement

    when i did mine first time (during clutch replacement), i used a small drill bit to start a hole then used self tapping machine screws at 3'oclock and 9'oclock to drive in then pry on. you work the old seal out ensuring you dont score the crank seal face nor the housing seal face. once out, its easy to install. first put the plastic guide sleeve with seal on it, onto the crank face then slide the seal on. place the seal driver ring on top of the seal and evenly work the seal in then with progressive force to drive it evenly home with the seal tool till it doesnt seat further. take your time and do it right the first time, its worth the time. pics below are when i installed during engine rebuild. so you can see seating reference BTW the seal goes on dry. nothing needed on the outside nor inside of the seal. i didnt use any goop both times and had zero leaks
  17. @BrianAtSmarty You might want to jump in here.
  18. White Water Wilderness Ranch looking towards Seven Devils Mountain Range... Winter is coming...
  19. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    I'm running stock 235/85r16s with 3.55 gearing. I will step up to either 3.73s or 4.10s when I put on my 255/85r16s. I forgot to add the truck is a dual rear wheel. Just to make sure I'm using this calculator, you plug in 105 for the initial then 1.03 for the increase then keep changing the time value up to the 30+ slot? so the first few settings would be as follows: 0psi = 105 1psi = 106.08 2psi = 107.17 3psi = 108.28 4psi = 109.40 5psi = 110.52 Sorry im just trying to understand how to calculate the fueling curves. I also noticed that isspro mechanical boost gauge does not match the boost numbers coming from the app. Does the tuner use the same value im seeing?
  20. If anyone needs Smarty support there is Smarty Resource which is providing the same support as well. Smarty Resource is also vendor here on the site as well. https://mopar1973man.com/forum/152-bbi-injectors-smarty-resource/
  21. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    Double check your wire tap. You should be able to push over 35 PSI. I would steepen the fuel table more start out at about 105% and using a exponential calculator use a growth rate of about 3 to 3.5% that should get just enough lag to light the turbo and then pour on the fuel. I'm running slightly more with +75 HP (7x0.0085) injectors and HX35/40 turbo I can just about light the tires up without tapping the pump. But you do have more weight. I've got to ask also are you running oversized tires possibly? This will make a huge impact on gearing and will make the truck struggle to pull the weight.
  22. Another idea. Leave the valve alone and pick up a snubber from ISSPro and install it after the valve. This way you can still shut the line down and the snubber does the job of the cracking the needle valve. 3 years now and ZERO issues on ISSPro electric gauge.
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  24. June - August are more prone to Bad t-storms, May is just usually super windy Could get 3 feet of snow or 3 inches of rain any day in may here on the northern plains lol.. Heck they can get snow pretty much any month of the year in the Black hills, that place is really goofy weather wise.
  25. Thanks to you all for the information. Looks like end of may weather is highs in the lower 70's and lows in the low 40's. Perfect weather but also heard there is more thunder storms and rain in may than most other mos. Never really know.
  26. Quadzilla V2 Custom Tunes

    I have been reading and lurking for last few days since I have got my brand new Adrenaline with v2 and have been playing around with the custom tuning. I'd like to see what you guys think of my tune. My truck is a bit different from everybody else's because it weighs in at 10k+(welding rig with sa200 and custom flat bed) on an a daily basis. TUNE PARAMETERS Number of Power levels: 6 RPM Limit:3200 VALET MODE PARAMETERS Maximum Valet Mode Power:35 PUMP TAP PARAMETERS Maximum Fuel Stretch:1800 TPS Pump Maximum: 100 TPS Pump Minimum:0 Minimum Pump Tap Fueling Percentage:0 Pump Low Boost Scale: 8psi Boost Scaling:40 TIMING PARAMETERS Fuel Load Timing:2 Low PSI Timing Reduct:3 Timing Reduct Scaling:100 Light Throttle Timing Adv:3 Light Throttle Timing Load Limit:30 RPM TIMING MAX 1500 RPM:14 2000 RPM:18 2500 RPM:22 3000 RPM:25 Max:26 BOOST LEVEL FUELING - CAN BUS 0 PSI:111 1 PSI:112 2 PSI:113 3 PSI:114 4 PSI:115 5 PSI:116 6 PSI:117 7 PSI:118 8 PSI:119 9 PSI:120 10 PSI:121 11 PSI:122 12 PSI:123 13 PSI:124 14 PSI:125 15 PSI:126 16 PSI:127 18 PSI:129 20 PSI:131 22 PSI:133 24 PSI:135 26 PSI:137 28 PSI:139 30 PSI:141 So what do you guys think? The truck is a 2002 HO with a 6spd stock other than 4in turbo back with muffler, fass 150 set at 16psi and a valair 500hp Kevlar/ceramic towing clutch. Truck is very clean but seams to be very sluggish down low. Also with my boost elbow all the way in I'm only seeing 30psi max boost if I'm really on the throttle. Any help is much appreciated.
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