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Old 07-20-2008, 06:23 PM
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2006 6.0 on the dyno, Innovative Diesel tuning

Got my truck on the dyno this weekend finally! 17 trucks got together. 2 fords including myself showed up...

Anyways truck in sig, running 33" tires. Stock exhaust, stock intake, Innovative Extreme Race. My best HP and my best TQ (notice my best hp and best tq didn't happen on the same run) are as follows:

466/770

I was told by guys watching the computer in the room that I had a 475 pull on one run, but 466 was consistent. I got home and only had 4 pulls on my disk out of the 7 or 8 that I did. Oh well.

I thought these numbers seemed high. Every other chevy and dodge guy there all thought their numbers were low for the day!? My buddy ran his 04 F250 (the only other ford there) and he netted 436 with a bully dog triple downloader (Yes I'm trying to get him to get rid of it!) Only other mods he has is a straight piped stock exhaust. This was done on his extreme setting. Seemed way too high to me. He ran it in stock mode and put out about 269hp which seemed correct to me though.

anyways here's my charts:








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Also on the bottom of the charts, the higher numbers are when it shifted to the next gear so they are deceiving. The numbers highlighted in red are the ones that count.
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nice


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Without seeing a graph, it appears that some of these numbers are shift spikes, just like you are saying. A graph would be nice to see, but awesome numbers! congrats.
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Like I said, the big numbers at the bottom are shift spikes, the rest of the run was one gear pull. I'll try and get graphs up. I'm having issues with the software included on the disk. I think I clicked on something I shouldn't have. Give me a minute and I'll try and get one or two up...
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cool! I love the dyno stuff, afterall I am the Dryno Queen! LOL
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awesome numbers man. i hope i can make that kind of power once I put my tunes on!
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Congrats on the runs, man. Looks good.
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Congratulations on some strong numbers
Any issues with EGT's?
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Congratulations on some strong numbers
Any issues with EGT's?
Actually I don't have gauges yet.... I know I know, they're the next on the list...
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