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Old 08-10-2010, 06:41 PM
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Anyone have KEM dyno #s?

I have the 210,250, and 275. Been running the 210 as my dd and think it is great, played with the 250 for a day and have yet to load the 275. Just seeing if anyone has some #s on these tunes being that I'm curious.
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Also interested, would especially like to know about the 345
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I saw the 345 tune put down 525 on a well known dyno here in the south. The truck had a Suncoast torque converter at the time, so I know that wasn't the issue causing the low numbers. The same day, same dyno my truck did 545 with our 350 tune with a stock transmission and torque converter.....and has since done 572 on the same dyno in much hotter and humid conditions.
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I saw the 345 tune put down 525 on a well known dyno here in the south. The truck had a Suncoast torque converter at the time, so I know that wasn't the issue causing the low numbers. The same day, same dyno my truck did 545 with our 350 tune with a stock transmission and torque converter.....and has since done 572 on the same dyno in much hotter and humid conditions.
So what are you trying to say Jeff?
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Old 08-11-2010, 06:48 AM
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How about the lower tunes?
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:03 AM
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My track times with the 345 tune say that my truck makes about 580 with et and 585 with mph fwiw
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My track times with the 345 tune say that my truck makes about 580 with et and 585 with mph fwiw
So what are your track times?
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:11 AM
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So what are your track times?
Heres my 2nd run. Spun on the launch so it has a little more to be had I believe. No track bars tune intake exhaust stock tires, 6000 feet above sea level with a DA of 10,441 (calculated) CCSB with everything but the tailgate and about a 1/4 tank
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Old 08-11-2010, 08:41 AM
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My track times with the 345 tune say that my truck makes about 580 with et and 585 with mph fwiw
Which puts it around the Spartan 310 tune, which is what I have said numerous times in the past few months.
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Old 08-18-2010, 06:33 PM
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511 hp and 985 ft/lbs with the Spartan 250. This was with air temps in the 104 range.
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