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Old 09-07-2010, 12:31 PM
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How much weight can i tow w/ innovative xtreme street

Whats up guys wondering how much weight I can tow with innovative diesel xtreme street tune ? I am going on a 4 hr drive towing my mustang and trailer which weigh about 4500 lbs would I be safe towing on the xtreme street ??
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Not on stock headbolts Mine let go with about 4k behind me
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Old 09-07-2010, 12:33 PM
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Watch your EGT's if your gonna do it.
how high can the egts get befor its deadly lol just wonderin
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I'd say if you're gonna tow every once in a while, just fork over the $65 for a good tow tune, then you don't have to be worried about blowing up the truck running your street tune.
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Mine never got over 1100 and that was haulin azz over Monteagle (I believe that is the mountain between Chatanooga and north Georgia ) but it was like 15 degrees outside.
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I'd say if you're gonna tow every once in a while, just fork over the $65 for a good tow tune, then you don't have to be worried about blowing up the truck running your street tune.

I would have to agree here..... $65 for a tow tune, or $$$$ because you lifted a head towing w/ a street tune. That's just me though.
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Old 09-07-2010, 12:57 PM
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I pulled a 2200lb camper, 4 people, and food and luggage for them for a week from texas to florida on the X street. It was awesome overtaking big rigs with all that weight faster than small cars could empty. lol
Too bad you can't "haul" things at a 1/4 mile track for fun.
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1200 is ok short burst 1400 to long bye bye
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