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    • Did you go through the Quadzilla tuning procedure? Put it in valet mode. Start at say 70%. Stomp it from a dead stop. Does it smoke bad? If yes drop valet one percentage. If no ad one. Once smoke is under control start your fuel curve at that percentage. Then start playing with timing. Don’t use wiretap until you have the canbus fueling dialed in. 
    • Hello all. So thew truck runs pretty good but I know it's not at it'd potential. I want it to not smoke as much and tune it properly so if I'm driving nicely I can get good mpg but then have power when wanted or needed.    Just bought it about 3 weeks ago.   Here are the upgrades: stock turbo compounded with a bw s366 225 DAP injectors Hot Rod VP44 Air Dog 200 110# valve springs .93 fuel connecting tubes 5inch turbo back exhaust Quadzilla 4k   Any and all suggestions are welcomed. At WOT this thing makes an insane amount of smoke even when its making boost. I don't think it makes enough boost though as it should and it also doesn't start making boost til like 21-2200 rpms... May be a boost leak on a boot as well. I'm thinking of starting with a new programmer that isn't a damn 4k.. since the fuel stretch by default is twice the max a regular quad can do. I also think the valves may need to be adjusted as I hear a high pitched rattling at idle.
    • Id take the fan pully and place it where the bolt bolts where, weld in place. It’s a 36mm wrench for the clutch, and use either a big pipe wrench, or a strap wrench to hold the pulley in place.    if you take off the fan mounting bracket bolts you can shave down a wrench and get to the one behind the pulley I believe, then just work it off a little bit while pulling the hub off so you have room. 
    • Normally they start a little stiff. Will loosen up within the first 30-60 seconds.
    • When cold and not running should the fan spin easily or with stiffness? 
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