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got a 98.5 3500 daully with and adrenaline chip on it. The set up i have is a twin turbo compound with 100hp injectors and arp headstuds. I tried downloading different tunes for it but its still not running right. I used to get up to 40 psi no problem but now I bearly get to 15. Really need help on this

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Boost leaks...

 

I took and removed my wastegate hose and not plug it. Then removed a manifold bolt from the manifold. Now with these two massive boost leaks I 'only lost 7 PSI and barely gained 100*F. of EGT's. Boost leaks have to be MASSIVE to make EGT's sore and loose lots of boost. Still making 40 to 41 PSI. The noise is VERY LOUD and can be HEARD!

 

As for loss of power check your wire tap. I had my stealth plate back up just enough to loose connection to the circuit board. It dropped me from 47 to 49 down to 32 to 33 PSI CANBus fuel only.

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11 hours ago, Max Tune said:

Either his turbo ingested something and ate the blades or he has a major leak somewhere, don't you think?

 

Boost leak would be very loud. With that amount of loss. That large amount of boost lost you should hear it no problem. 

 

Compressor wheel damage would be loud too. Being I accidentally fed my turbo hose clamp years ago (Hose clamp fell into the BHAF).  You can hear this happening. Boost was dropping and the compressor was making a LOT of racket. Needless to say the turbo quit making boost and the boost was mere 8 PSI by the time I got back home. 

Destroyed a turbo with a hose clamp - 2nd Generation Dodge 24 Valve  Powertrain - Mopar1973Man's Dodge Cummins Forum

 

Here is a piece of that hose clamp.

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I had a thought.  OP what level are you using?  It almost sounds like he is using lvl 1, which is valet mode.  That would account for the sharp drop in fueling resulting in a sharp drop in power and boost.  the default %50 valet mode would only make ~10-15psi.

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Technically it should actually work. There is cords that convert to a normal USB A plug to USB C so people can plug in memory sticks, mice so forth. Which ive plugged in mouse to my phone and works, even plugged in a keyboard. It worked too. But I would never consider plugging in my cellphone to the Quadzilla box. Kind of fruitless to do such being the only thing that port is used for is firmware upgrades. Problem it requires Windows to run the software to do the upgrade. So plugging in cellphone wouldn't be suggested.

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We have been without power and internet for the past couple of days since a wind storm ripped through northern Utah. @Sean tyler We have responded to your multiple emails regarding where/how to buy an iQuadBT, how to connect to the iQuadBT, what tuner you have, and how to reset your Adrenaline. A tune must be uploaded through your smart device. Give us a call, and we will be happy to help you further. 

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