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Old 06-26-2010, 09:44 AM
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13.87 @ 97.5 with the.....

Went back to the track last night and ran a few different tunes.

I went 13.87 @ 97.5 with my daily driver 210 regular tune...which I thought was very impressive. My 60 foot was a 1.90...not that great considering I am use to low 1.70's, but I was overall impressed with the performance of the tune at the track.....especially for my daily driver tune

I ran another 12.81 @ 103 with the 310 tune. Cut a 1.700 60 foot and went 8.05 in the 1/8th on that pass.

The 350 tune didn't do so well though. I couldn't get off the line without spinning, and I wasn't maintaining rail pressure through the pass. Only held 21,000 psi up top. Went 12.89 @ 102.7 with it. Shifting also never had time to smooth out...so that had a little to do with the poor E/T I think.

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Old 06-26-2010, 11:03 AM
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Thats still pretty cool, glad to see your new set up is working well for you!

I'm way impressed with what the 210 tune did, considering that is the tune I plan on running. Keep up the great work Jeff
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Thanks man. Yea, I was most impressed with the 210 tune pass. I think with some more time with it I could have got it down a little bit. I loaded it up to drive home and had enough time to make one more pass, so I said what the hell lol. The 350 tune was a big disappointment of course.

Next time I go I am going to run the 250 and 275 tunes.
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Nice Times.

In regards to the 310 and 210 consistency is a good indication that the tune is working well and especially since there appears to be consistency across several trucks and several drivers. Do you think Matt will get the 350 tune straightened out. It seems to have tons of potential.
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We will get it figured out with more testing. We gotta figure out if its my truck causing the loss of rail pressure up top or if its the tune.
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Nice runs man. I need to get one!
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Very nice run. It's amazing how these diesel with little mods can move a 8k pound truck down the track in 13 seconds or less.
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Yea, it is amazing to say the least.

There was 5.9 Cummins there running 11.2-11.3 last night. We lined them up the first pass of the night (already knowing I was about to get smoked, but I did it anyway). Our launches were just about equal, but from there.....well lol. He went 11.2 @ 120 to my 12.81 @ 103.
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But how much money did he have in his dodge and don't those trucks weigh almost 1k pounds less then a ford?
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But how much money did he have in his dodge and don't those trucks weigh almost 1k pounds less then a ford?
He had a lot of money in it and spray. I would guess that he weighed around 7400 lbs to my 8100 lbs.
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