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Old 12-23-2011, 07:29 PM
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Quarter mile times with srl tune and exhaust?

With my truck you see in my sig with the mods it has, what should my 1/4 mile times be comparing the sct performance tune with the srl tune? Also is it best to launch in 4hi? i have the manual floor shift 4x4 with manual locking hubs. Ive never hit the quarter mile before so what should i expect. thanks
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Old 12-23-2011, 09:35 PM
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Just tune and straight pipe, my truck ran a 14.1 at 93.3 mph. I have the video I will post up if ya want. That was the first time ever on a drag strip. I believe it can make it in to the 13.9 area with some practice
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4wd-hi, boosted launch?
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Yes 4 hi, boosted launch. If you dont have head studs I wouldnt build boost too much, I build until I am seeing 5-10 psi boost then launch.
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I built over 10psi and my 14.1 launch, my stereo fell out of the dash, I don't have it clipped in because I was in the middle of putting audio stuff in. 4wd hi boosted. It will be difficult with you because of it being manual 4x4. I didn't lock my hubs and just through it into 4 hi and switched it off before I turned off the track. You don't want to be turning on pavement with it in 4wd.
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Just tune and straight pipe, my truck ran a 14.1 at 93.3 mph. I have the video I will post up if ya want. That was the first time ever on a drag strip. I believe it can make it in to the 13.9 area with some practice
Definitely with single cab configuration
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Definitely with single cab configuration
Yeah, if I take my tool box out, tailgate off, and spare off that should cut a decent amount of weight and get me clean into the 13's. I had the fastest street diesel down there that night. There was a built cummins that was stupid fast but they kept messing With the tuning and that think was pouring smoke. My truck goes by without a puff.
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you ran a 14.1 cuz your a single cab. my 06 ran a 14.9 and that was the fastest i could get it. my brothers 04 ran a 14.6 but i could have gotten it to a 14.5. both trucks were boosted 4x4 launches. they are also both 4 door and long beds. that should give you a good idea
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I have the xtreme street with an ranch hands, tool box loaded and a 4" turbo back ran 14.7sec. I boost to 27psi non studded. i want to try the slr
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I ran 14.49 in altitude here in Colorado with my SRL and straight pipe. I launched around 10-15psi in 4hi with OD off. Here is the video....

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