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Old 07-18-2009, 11:26 PM
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Dog Days 09 Dyno Event. New Graph.

So I ran in the Dog Days Dyno event.
The dyno was Custom Autos Superflow trailer dyno 30% load, temp was 103F. The truck drew a huge crowd and most couldnt believe what the Big white 6.4 on 37s put down. 729.3HP on a Superflow Big thanks to Matt and Hunter at Spartan.



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Old 07-18-2009, 11:30 PM
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This was with nitrous??
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Old 07-18-2009, 11:32 PM
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Yeah I added a N/X kit to the Truck friday night didnt get done with it until 3am so by then I was too tired to attempt to put the new down pipe on.
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Well, those numbers look to be the new 6.4 record. Congrats man!!! Those are big numbers for the 275 tune and nitrous. What size jet did you use, and what was the correction factor on the dyno?
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Old 07-19-2009, 01:18 AM
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Trq looks alittle down, whats up with that? Great run though and congrats on money!!!
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Any videos of the run. Im sure there was a decent amount of spray to get that out of the 275.
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.88 Jet. I dont know about the correction Ill have to find out but its the same dyno Ive been on every time. so Im up 200HP from last time. Im guessing the reason the TQ was low was cuz there was only a 30% load I usually have a 40-45. Everyone had to have the same load % cuz of the money payout. My buddy took video Ill get it from him and post it.

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That's nothing short of amazing!
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congrats!! 30% is a pretty high load! i did 678 on a superflo with 20% load. interesting to see the tq peak is the same rpm as the hp peak...typically it should be about 500rpm less.
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