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post #1 of 15 Old 04-28-2008, 02:00 PM Thread Starter
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egt's with sct?

how high does egt's get with a custom sct? i'm thinking of getting it for my 6.0 and would like to no how high temps to expect. thanks for any help you can give. i already have ats aurora 3000 turbo kit, regulated return, fire rings, head studs, bigger injector tips, afe stage 2 air.
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all depends on the tune i guess


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what does the tow temps peak at? also the xtreme? i know every truck is diferent just looking at some insight. as to what people have seen.
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With my mods and a hard 1/4 mile run on my special track tune i can get 1600F.... On tow tune i have a hard time hitting 1200F pullin 12000lb enclosed gooseneck

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With my mods and a hard 1/4 mile run on my special track tune i can get 1600F.... On tow tune i have a hard time hitting 1200F pullin 12000lb enclosed gooseneck
Thanks for the information thats the kind of information i was looking for. any body else
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Like said before...it all depends on many things,...launch, weight of the truck, tires, outside temp,..etc etc etc etc

I cruise @ 700-900, and get up to 1500+ on a hard run.

But I have a whole lotta, rolling resistance and mass compared to most people.


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Much like Tank 250 said, 1500+ is pretty easy with the bigger tunes. I haven't done a 1/4 run yet, but on hard acceleration up to 70mph I can peg the needle at 1600 on my ultra lites. Thinking I might need a water/meth injection soon. I know for short bursts it wont hurt things too much, but crusing at highway speeds I am between 900-1100.

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[QUOTE=TANK'S 250;564489]Like said before...it all depends on many things,...launch, weight of the truck, tires, outside temp,..etc etc etc etc


I under stand there is a lot of factors i'm just looking for general information. mine will read diferent do to the point i have alot of other upgrades. i also have banks intercooler upgrade, and snow stage 3 water and my tire size is 33-12.50-16s truck ways 7850 with just me in it. thanks for the information
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thanks guy's but for a stock truck without head stud what is the max you should see , or when i should left the pedal to be safe
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thanks guy's but for a stock truck without head stud what is the max you should see , or when i should left the pedal to be safe
the head studs are for to high of boost not egt's. 1200 is safe for a longer period of time but 1500+ should be less then 30 seconds IMO.
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