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Old 02-08-2011, 01:51 PM
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This might be uncharted waters, But has anyone done,seen or heard tuner hp shootouts?

There's a sticky thread with tuner pros & cons, but I want to see real
hp & tq numbers by each
even head to head 1/4 mile times
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Old 02-08-2011, 01:54 PM
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I'm moving to a 6.4 soon and I'm curious on who's the baddest not by opinion only.

Innovative made my 6.0 run the best , considering sticking w/ them
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Spartan advertises the most power with there 350 tune but I havnt seen any dyno graphs of it
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Not sure where the graph is, but the 350 tune made 38 horsepower more on the dyno than the 310. Same dyno. The 350 tune isn't a great track tune though. The 310 seems to be our best race tune. I actually think the 350 would be a great sled pull tune, but I don't know of anyone who has tried it yet.

With our 310 tune, I have ran a 12.81@103.2 in the 1/4 mile with a 1.700 60 foot. I know several others who have ran comparable times.
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Is the the 350 just not as fast cause of traction or different shifting? I got traction bars, and run my 13.50 mudders down to about 40psi so getting traction shouldnt be to difficult?
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Not sure where the graph is, but the 350 tune made 38 horsepower more on the dyno than the 310. Same dyno. The 350 tune isn't a great track tune though. The 310 seems to be our best race tune. I actually think the 350 would be a great sled pull tune, but I don't know of anyone who has tried it yet.

With our 310 tune, I have ran a 12.81@103.2 in the 1/4 mile with a 1.700 60 foot. I know several others who have ran comparable times.
Good info, why might the 350 tune show slower times? What about with the NO2? which tune is faster
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Is the the 350 just not as fast cause of traction or different shifting? I got traction bars, and run my 13.50 mudders down to about 40psi so getting traction shouldnt be to difficult?
I think traction and shifting played a big part in it, but I think some other things need to be tweaked. I think it maintains too much rail pressure.
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I think traction and shifting played a big part in it, but I think some other things need to be tweaked. I think it maintains too much rail pressure.
any tests done with ported stock rails ?
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any tests done with ported stock rails ?
I just did a small build and ported rails was one of the things I added. I will be going to the track (1/8 mile) the first weekend in March, so we will see what happens. Other mods were H-11 studs, EGR cooler delete, and CFM+ intake elbow. I will also be a good bit lighter when I race. Should be around 7800 lbs by then.
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I just did a small build and ported rails was one of the things I added. I will be going to the track (1/8 mile) the first weekend in March, so we will see what happens. Other mods were H-11 studs, EGR cooler delete, and CFM+ intake elbow. I will also be a good bit lighter when I race. Should be around 7800 lbs by then.
Keep us posted, by chance what did the 310 tune lay down ?
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