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Old 08-25-2012, 05:37 PM
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H&S Torque Estimate

Obviously the number is just an estimate on the display and may not be very accurate but what has everyone been seeing numbers wise on the HD300 tune?
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582hp/1287tq

Check the following,
http://www.hsperformance.com/ford-6-...-dyno-results/

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Where does it display a torque estimate?


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Go to gauge set up and you can set it as one
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Go to gauge set up and you can set it as one
What have you seen on this display?
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i just dynoed my long bed 6.4. all stock except for the intake tuner and exhaust. layed down 570 and 1063 so shortbed guys should see alittle bit more out of it
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Well I used that feature today, and with the 250 tune the best I saw was 690ft-lbs, I wasn't power braking or anything like that, no load, wasn't holding it a gear, just an empty truck on the road. I hope that's not engine TQ or something is wrong. Bump for some other results.
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