Are the rail pressures brought up? I'm wondering if this could be causing some of the injector issues? If the line pressure does go up , does it go up with each level of performance setting or one step and the rest is spray duration of the injection?
when Mac was testing and reporting on the improvements in performance brought on by adding a Juice unit to his truck, I was strongly considering another brand of chip. It generated power largely by raising rail pressure (within what its maker called safe limits). I ended up switching to an early 3.0 Juice and have never regretted it. About 5 months ago I had John Kennedy update my Juice to "Hot" levels and have frankly never run it at the top (125) hp setting. In fact, mine says set at level 1 (60 hp) 99% of the time. For those who are considering adding a box but aren't into heavy duty racing type driving, I can highly recommend giving your truck a shot of Juice!
To me its remarkable the positive difference that little amount of extra Juice makes in the way my truck's engine/transmission work together.
ny, I'm just happy it works .... even though in my case, I really don't fully understand how/why.
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