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Old 09-29-2009, 10:33 PM
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taken the 310 tune to the track this thursday

just ordered the 310 for my truck today and i already recieved the tune, as soon as i get home from work this morning i will download it to my truck and i plan on takn it to my local eight mile track thurs.. last time i ran my truck was with the v3275 and the best i could get was a 8.55 at 78 mph but thats with a 8 inch lift with 37s... so guys let see who can predict what i will run thursday with the new 310, and i plan on taking the tailgate off this time, oh yea and i weigh in at almost 8450 with me in the truck, so guys lets see some predictions on my new times, im gonna start and say it will run a high 8.30 or a low 8.40, or do you guys think i can break 8.20s.. i dont have the tcm yet... i will post some pics and videos when i get back thursday nite also.. oh yea and i want to thank spartan for great customer service, i had the tune within 12 hours of emailing them
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:02 PM
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didnt get to make it thursday nite, my mbrp dual exhaust does not like the 310 tune at all, i keep blowing the exhaust apart on my truck and one time i actually blew it out of the hangers also, as soon as i find out how to keep the exhaust intact i will take it to the track, im hoping to take it next friday nite
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:05 PM
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That sucks about your exhaust man. Hope you get it fixed soon and can get out to the track!
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:15 PM
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YEA LAST TIME, I ACTUALLY BLEW THE YPIPE OFF COMPLETLY AND BOTH SIDES OF THE EXHAUST ALSO BLEW OUT OF THE HANGERS AND THEY WERE JUST LAYING ON MY AXLE LUCKY I WAS ONLY GOING ABOUT 25 MPH WHEN THAT HAPPEN. IM GONNA TRY SOME WIDE BAND CLAMPS AND IF THAT DONT WORK IM GOING TO A SINGLE 7 INCH BLACK MITER CUT STACK, IS ANYONE INTERESTED IN MY DUAUL EXAUST ITS A 4 INCH MBRP 409 SS DUAL EXHAUST WITH A FIVE INCH TIP OUT EACH SIDE, I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE ENOUGH MONEY OFF IT JUST TO BUY A STACK KIT, I PAYED 500 FOR THE EXHAUST ABOUT THREE MONTHS AGO, SOME ONE MAKE ME AN OFFER,

I DONT KNOW WHY THIS EXHAUST WILL NOT STAY INTACT WITH THE 310, BUT I WILL SAY THE 310 IS WAY FASTER THEN THE 275 IM GUESSING I WILL RUN AN 8.20, JUST HOPIN THE TRANNY WILL HOLD UP FOR A COUPLE OF PASSES THEN NEXT YEAR I WILL GET THE TCM FROM SPARTAN
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:17 PM
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What Job # are you?
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:31 PM
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aug 1 07 i think, so im a job 2 truck
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aug 1 07 i think, so im a job 2 truck
you can get the exhaust tacked together at a local exhaust shop...
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:49 PM
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yea i have a mig welder well i did until i ran over it last nite while pullin into the garage lol lol... but i didnt want to tack it or weld so that i could put it back to stock pretty quickly, im prolly just gonna go to a single stack kit.
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if you tack it into 2 or 3 sections it can be removed pretty easy. i took my entire stock exhaust off in 1 piece
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aug 1 07 i think, so im a job 2 truck
You should be fine for awhile with the Job 2 TCM
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