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rolling coal questions i have a smarty

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Old 01-29-2015, 08:52 PM
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well i have a 05 cummins 5.9 with a aef air intake and aef intake manifold with a mads smarty S06 pod tuner with a Edge cts for gauges and to control my smarty and i have it programed 99 and catcher 9 , my question is how do i make it really blow sum thick black coal smoke would it be best to install a smoke switch or can i program it this way
 
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Nah easy just detach a boost tube! You won't see anything behind you!
 
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Nah easy just detach a boost tube! You won't see anything behind you!
I would do that but this is my every day driver to those who deserve it hahah and not loose hp was thinking of maby doing a tune
 
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Blowing black is out like smoking only stupid people do it! Gives diesels a bad name and unwanted attention by the smog police! Get a good tune enjoy the ride Smile when you blow the doors off a Ford and can see it!
 
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What the hell is so cool about "rolling coal"?
Using the Smarty like that, you might want to spend money on building up your transmission instead of trying to achieve excessive, unnecessary black smoke.
 
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want lots of black smoke? use giant injectors, unplug the intercooler hoses and save up your money. you'll need it for an engine replacement. they all blow black at first, but if they are properly set up the smoke cleans up when your boost comes up.
 
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Buy a new airfilter, take it out of the box, put it back in the plastic bag, install. Lots of black smoke, for a while.
 
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Originally Posted by CountryGirl91 View Post
What the hell is so cool about "rolling coal"?
Using the Smarty like that, you might want to spend money on building up your transmission instead of trying to achieve excessive, unnecessary black smoke.
Transmission is already all billet after I tanked it no problems there and in not trying to do it all the time just when I want
 
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You're experiencing complete combustion.
What more is there?
 
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