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Old 02-25-2009, 04:11 PM
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II 62/70 installed

Got my slightly used II 62/70 dropped off Monday. Got it on the truck today. It definately moves more air than the stocker, and spool up is very good too, even with stock injectors and an un-adjusted Xtreme race file. I sent Eric off an email for some new tunes, so hopefully I'll have them soon to see how its really going to run. First time I hit the throttle hard today I tripped the filter minder... Had to unplug it. Here's a few pics from today.







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Old 02-25-2009, 04:24 PM
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Looks good Kurt!! Glad to see it went on nice and easy, and that you got a good product!! Hope the new tunes help it out that much more!
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Very nice, I am going with the RCD 64 OR II 64. How was the install, difficult and time wise
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Looks real good!
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Old 02-25-2009, 05:14 PM
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My buddy Corey at Sasquatch Diesel did the install for me. It only took him about 2 hours and that included answering the phone 6 or 8 times and taking in 2 deliveries as well. It's not that I can't do things for myself, but more of a time thing, or lack of it. With a wife and 2 kids me getting to spend a day in the garage is for the most part a thing of the past...

Its definately a different "feel" than the VGT, but even with my same old tunes it feels better. It does pull just a bit harder. Makes less boost going down the highway and maybe 100* hotter on the way home. I think a little tuning will do it wonders. Cruising at 70-75 mph on flat ground it was only making about 5-7 psi and EGT was running about 700*. On a WOT run with my old Xrace file I made 32psi and never got over 1300* on the pyro today. All this is just preliminary. When I get my new tunes I'm betting the results will be slightly different, and better.

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Hows the sound??? Whistle or no???
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Old 02-25-2009, 05:25 PM
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Hows the sound??? Whistle or no???
No more whistle at idle. There is a slight whistle when driving you can hear in the cab. Sounds pretty good actually, like a built big block.
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Very nice.......
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Congrats Kurt!
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Looks good Kurt
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