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Old 04-09-2013, 05:51 PM
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175/75/MTW Billet wheel dyno

Well i got to go to the dyno today after installing A MTW billet wheel on my powermax thanks to Adrian.
Dyno numbers before the wheel was 515/820 or 830 I don't have the sheet near me.
Dyno numbers today are
576.4/882
580/1012.6
581.3/1010

76 degrees with no heat soak
With all runs consistent. The change in tq was me changing fuel pressure.




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Impressive gain on a wheel can you feel the difference
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Impressive gain on a wheel can you feel the difference
The wheel alone made the truck accel with ease and it hits the mph alot faster. The wheel weights alot less then the stock pmax wheel. I got other stuff done to the truck too. The wheel makes my turbo spin FaSt!
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What fuel psi did you find optimum?? Congrats.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:06 PM
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What fuel psi did you find optimum?? Congrats.
Thx bud. Dropped to 55 from 62. During the run fuel psi stayed at 51 steady
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VERY NICE Numbers man.

Out of curiosity on the fuel pressure. I presume you have a RR kit?? I ask because I also felt a noticable gain in low end response/power when I dropped my fuel pressure from 62psi to 52psi. I also have a RR kit.
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VERY NICE Numbers man.

Out of curiosity on the fuel pressure. I presume you have a RR kit?? I ask because I also felt a noticable gain in low end response/power when I dropped my fuel pressure from 62psi to 52psi. I also have a RR kit.
Thx Nate. Ya my buddy made me a nice rr kit. I been driving with 62psi and the wheel made a big difference and I guess the truck likes lower fuel to match hpo I suppose
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Wow. Good numbers. What other mods done? That's a nice gain for a $300 upgrade and only a couple hours of time
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What should fuel pressure be ran at with the 6.0's? And whats the lowest it can drop until your hurting injectors?
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my psi was 72 with the blue spring. that is the reason I did a rr. running a constant 50-52 now. thanks for justifying this for me.
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