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    I went with auberins.... They have everything you need. I have the dual EGT and Boost. I have multiple PIDs around the house for meat curing, moonshining to 5 ton needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustinbrwn View Post
    I went with auberins.... They have everything you need. I have the dual EGT and Boost. I have multiple PIDs around the house for meat curing, moonshining to 5 ton needs.
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    Depends on what you call good....funk ya up? Excellent.... Enjoy the flavor? Well, that's personal preference......

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    I bought mine from Amazon, I wanted sweep guages and LCD for both in single guages. I had a Auberins in my last truck, some times the sun would glare and you couldn't read the display. Now if the display can't be read due to glare I can read the analog guage. They were 12 volt though. I had to build a 12 volt circuit switched by the ignition.

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    So i adjusted my governor 4 clicks and gained maybe 300 rpm. but now i have excessive black smoke on acceleration from a dead stop. i never saw or read anything a bout having to counter adjust the pre boost fuel so am wondering if this is normal. thanks
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    Should be mostly independent. Governor springs control fuel rack vs RPM, so they control idle speed and max RPM. I think most people go 2 clicks, otherwise they lose idle rpm stability?
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    I had high idle afterwards but was able to adjust it back to normal no issue. Just have the black smoke. Should I just go back and adjust the ore boost fuel or look to see if I messed something up
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    Bump for ease of reference.

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