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Old 04-18-2017, 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by WVRigrat05 View Post
Remember how fords used to catch on fire with the cruise set??

Well duramaxs especially LBZ/LMM's crack Pistons.

But yes, high timing, too much pulse width, boost and mainly heat that's caused from all those plays a big role in them lasting or not lasting.

Takes more timing and pulse width to work that 4094 with stock injectors so it's doesn't take long to pop a piston. Not to mention 4094's are known to have a little higher drive pressure.
So, would you say lowering drive pressure would allow the pistons to last longer? Like with compounds?
Sorry to the op for hijacking...
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