I recall somebody saying that the BD doesnt modify boost so a PPE boost controller will probably help. There is one person that I know of running a PPE boost controller on an LBZ and he is throwing some codes that might be because of the boost controller. I think he goes by Donovan if you want to search it up or pm him.
Yeah I have been pulling p0101 and p0401(egr) codes. PPE has told me that the p0101 is most likely due to too much boost so I have turned it down for the timebeing. Since the p0101 is a MAF code PPE also thought it may be AFE oiled filter thats causing it...I will post back once I have made some progress tracking the problem down.
You should be able to stack the boost controller with certain programmers although I would call PPE and ask them. They have been really helpful on the technical questions....
If you have an AFE with the boost controller, go back to the stock filter and it will cure that problem. You really aren't going to get much better performance out of the AFE vs the 06 filtration system in my opinion.
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