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Need a lil help....

Ok I took my truck to the track last Friday...I ran a 19.2 @69 MPH in 4x4 and the second round I ran a 19.6@ 72 MPH...Yes my truck is a stock 6.0 with 173k on the clock. but I would like to know what can I do to make my truck at least a 15 second truck.

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take it out of 4wd and drive it like ya stole it.
I leave the line at about 13-15 pounds if the guy at the tree lets me. Most of the time they are in such a rush that as soon as I trigger the staging lights he drops the tree.


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Like I told you on PSN, you need a SCT

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i ran a 14.8 with just a straight piped exhaust volant intake and superchips flashpaq. 1.7 60ft 30psi boosted 4hi launch. i have 300 bux in mods


and im sellin the flash paq if you want it

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just get yourself an exhaust, intake, and a custom tuned SCT. You'll be hauling down the track in no time
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Like I told you on PSN, you need a SCT
I got you Adam...Im getting one, For sure

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