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Old 07-28-2010, 06:11 PM
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What are some of you guys 0-60 times? I did mine today just going off of my spartan tuner and from a dead stop in 2WD without giving any kind of boost I did 0-60 in 7.4 seconds. I have no idea if that is good or not. My truck specs and mods are in my sig. A truck my size what is the stock 0-60 times on these trucks.
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Old 07-28-2010, 06:23 PM
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ill chime in with my 7.3 with mods in sig and boosted launch in 10 seconds flat!!!!
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Old 07-28-2010, 08:46 PM
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Seems like it would be faster than that with 600 hp??? Of course launching in 4wd and spooling the turbos a little would probably help.
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Seems like it would be faster than that with 600 hp??? Of course launching in 4wd and spooling the turbos a little would probably help.
I don't think I'm making that much power. Maybe, maybe at the motor 600 hp but not at the wheels. And yes doing it in 4wd and spooling the turbo it would be a better time. But I didn't do that. I had the wife and the kids in the truck and I only did it once. I really don't like to do stuff like that with the family but we were on a open road with no cars in sight. The kids loved it.
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:10 PM
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I am around 8 or so prolly closer to 9 but I am a 7.3 guy. I just wanna bump it up and see how insane some of the 6.4 guys are.
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I don't think I'm making that much power. Maybe, maybe at the motor 600 hp but not at the wheels. And yes doing it in 4wd and spooling the turbo it would be a better time. But I didn't do that. I had the wife and the kids in the truck and I only did it once. I really don't like to do stuff like that with the family but we were on a open road with no cars in sight. The kids loved it.
Yeah I was talking HP at the motor. I think you might have been a little faster than that. Not sure how accurate the 0-60 thing is on those.
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:19 PM
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Yeah I was talking HP at the motor. I think you might have been a little faster than that. Not sure how accurate the 0-60 thing is on those.
Yeah I don't know either. I started a thread about how accurate that spartan tuner was but no one responded.
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Old 07-30-2010, 03:45 PM
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I also forgot to mention in my first post that I do have a 400 pound tommy lift on the back of my truck and a tool box that is just full of parts. So I figure my time might be better if I didn't have that extra weight. Then again that tommy lift my help me with traction.
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i checked mine with the dashdaq and i got 7.1sec but i did mine like yours. i did it in 2 hi with no boosted launch and had a little delay after the thing said go.
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i checked mine with the dashdaq and i got 7.1sec but i did mine like yours. i did it in 2 hi with no boosted launch and had a little delay after the thing said go.
I guess that thing is pretty accurate. Cause it looks like I have a bigger truck plus a extra 400 pounds on the *** end of my truck. We should easily be under 7 seconds if we put in 4wd and and add some boost.
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