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Old 04-09-2008, 04:51 PM
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sct power question

Has anyone noticed after I few minutes on a new tune you seem to lose a little bit of power -even when you go back to the same program you have alot of power then after a few minutes you seem to lose a little or is it just me getting used to the power ?????
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Old 04-09-2008, 05:06 PM
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you are just getting used to the power. the engine will make the same HP unless something fails.
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whats a good 1/8 th mile mph at stock with out a hard launch just flooring it it was 62 mph now with tune and exhaust and intake 78 mph
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Old 04-09-2008, 05:11 PM
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To be honest, i have no idea, i dont race mine.
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that sounds ok to me. if you PM DKR, he would kow. he races his a bit.
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if you run your truck real hard your torque converter could be slipping causing you to lose power
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Its not consistant sometimes it pulls so hard then other times i have to push down more on gas to smoke tires maybe its me but in the 1/8th mile stock 61mph stock with exhaust 65 mph economy tune 72 mph and with 70hp tune i turn around 78 mph and those numbers never changed can the convertor heat up for a while then cool down and grab better?
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