I wounldn't do both to Kill...you don't get the max power outta either one of them...set one to kill and the other a lower level....or both on a high,but low level..like instead of 5 4 and well you know what i mean.
I also suggest a mechanical boost gauge..you will most likley be seeing high than 25lbs.
also modify the waste gate tube so you can get a max of 30psi..for horsepower's sake,muhahaha
Like Pro400 said, Sometimes running both at max doesn't work, but everybody is different. I can run the quad on 215 but the hot juice on 4 only, if I go to 5 it will burst. Other can run on 215/lvl-5, other can't get past lvl-3. It really depends on the truck. Lift pumps may help and they may not, results vary. One thing for sure is that lift pumps will not hurt, and the CP3 really likes positive pressure from a longevity standpoint from what I have read.
I only get betweeon 26-28psi depending. Get a boost gauge.
EGT 's are pegged at over 1600 in about 3seconds or so. Using an Autometer EGT gauge, not the Edge one. Still running stock exhaust also, but it would still peg.
Do some searches on this topic. There must be a million threads on Juice and Quad stacks and alone.
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