BD-Power Turbo Boost Builder 1516000
2003-2007 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke
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Get more performance out of your electronically controlled Powerstroke engine by plugging in one of BDs Electronic Boost Builders inline with the MAP sensor. When the turbo produces a huge volume of boost pressure, the ECM typically sets a trouble code reducing the fueling and the power by 50-80 HP. The Electronic Boost Builder prevents the ECM from seeing the excess boost allowing for turbo to produce the air flow that is being demanded. A prefect match for engines with electronic, injector or turbo enhancements.
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5/21/2016 3:19 PM
Got rid of some low end turbo lag, but when letting off the pedal, at high rpm(3000+) turbo started barking.
great buy 2004 f250
6/24/2014 8:42 PM
simple install, noticable power & sound. works well with my SCT programmer too
2004 Ford F250 crew cab short bed 4x4 6.0
7/22/2013 7:25 PM
I installed this along with a cold air intake and exhaust other wise bone stock truck and wow its definitively more responsive. Puts out quite a bit of black smoke under hard acceleration and punching it. Definitively getting an egr delete soon. Can definitively tell the truck pulls harder through all gears! No complaints for 80 bucks, good product. All though the whole tapping into the ecm with the yellow wire was kind of sketchy, works fine no codes or anything
5/8/2013 11:03 PM
I just put this on my truck today and it makes a huge difference. I have boosted as high as 33lbs from around 21 lb. It does great off the line and has eliminated almost all turbo lag after that which helps a lot considering how the 6.0s will lag real good around 20 or so. Easy to install only took me about 10 min total. Great product I recommend it to anybody looking for some more power without spending a lot.
Little white truck
5/8/2012 8:27 AM
I installed this on my 2005, F350, 6.0 Powerstroke. It reduced the turbo lag at low speeds but caused the engine to lug below approximately 2000 RPMs.