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Old 12-28-2012, 01:55 PM
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Actual HP and Torque With Mini Maxx?

Does anyone know what the actual hp and torque numbers are for the mild, wild, and hot tunes on our trucks (the tunes that come with the Mini Maxx)?
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Old 12-28-2012, 02:11 PM
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Should be on the website
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Here is H&S guide but not sure on actual ratings in each mode, can't wait to put it on a dyno and try though

"1. Easy. Power levels are stock, 60hp, 120hp, and 175hp
2. Mild. Power levels are stock, 80hp, 160hp, and 250hp
3. Hot Damn 300. Power levels are 50hp, 125hp, 225hp, 300hp”
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Here ya go

Ford 6.4L Powerstroke Dyno Results - H&S Performance
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My 08 on the hd300 pulled a 568rwhp and 1066rwftlb. At the time it was stock suspension and tires with only an H&S, s&b and 5" down pipe back exhaust... I was very happy with the outcome
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Pretty much same here ....I am stock tires and all ecept for 5" exhaust a a S&B intake on Hot it made 505whp and 1096 ftbs on the shop mustang dyno at my second job ...

So are you from Bellingham ??
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About 10 miles north of Bellingham. You?
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I am stationed in Coos Bay OR. but I am from Burlington and Bellingham , I am up here all the time with the wife and kids visiting family . I was picking up my chevelle in Vand Zant today . I love the area ( grew up here ) .
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