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Old 07-25-2009, 11:11 AM
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Dyno numbers are in. This is sickening......

.......how much power these trucks make!

I haven't even made my first payment yet and yesterday the ruck put down 522 RWHP and 1026 RWTQ on 37's!


The mods, so far, are 5 inch cat/dpf delete, 5 inch Maganaflow cat back, S&B intake and Spartan 275 tune.

I'm very happy with these numbers. The tune is awesome, the only thing I'm going to have to get use to is how hard it hits in 2nd-4th gears. I'm sure its because of the lift, but I can kinda feel the axle wrap everytime it shifts hard. It looks like some traction bars may be in store in the future.

I told myself I was going to be done at this point, but I already have a nitrous kit sitting around and nothing to use my upfitter switchs on......


~*ALMOST FORGOT*~

HUGE thanks to Aaron at Rudy's !!!!!!!!
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congrats!!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:26 AM
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congrats!!!
Thanks! Any idea how much I'd have to gain from the 310 beta tune?
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:27 AM
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very nice. get some spray on it and get some new numbers on here
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:28 AM
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wow awesome
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:53 AM
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Thanks! Any idea how much I'd have to gain from the 310 beta tune?
probaly another 30-40 .
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Nice job man,

Traction bars are a MUST with a lift and tires, your truck will feel like it shifts like stock with a set, i couldnt belive what a difference it made on my truck, not only in the shifting but in starting a stopping as well, congrats on the numbers thats exciting, GET TO THE TRACK!!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 01:40 PM
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Thats great man!
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Nice job man,

Traction bars are a MUST with a lift and tires, your truck will feel like it shifts like stock with a set, i couldnt belive what a difference it made on my truck, not only in the shifting but in starting a stopping as well, congrats on the numbers thats exciting, GET TO THE TRACK!!!
Thanks for the info bud! Any recommendations on traction bars? I wouldn't mind installing a set, as long as they aren't big and ugly.
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Thanks for the info bud! Any recommendations on traction bars? I wouldn't mind installing a set, as long as they aren't big and ugly.
The OUO traction block/bar combo is by far the best kind you can get, a bit pricey but worth it, i made a set similar to theres, the average person would never even know you have them.

Here are the ones that i made, dont mind the rust and weld gas on the metal LOL


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