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Old 04-02-2014, 07:57 AM
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1/4 mile estimate for upcoming build

Thinking about adding a couple things to my truck.
This is what I have in mind
-Tow power plus 72.4mm(Low Pressure)
-Airdog II
-ARP Studs
-Elite Tranny
-6.0 exhaust manifold


Wondering what kind of numbers it will put down and 1/4 estimate it'll run, with 35s and bumper replacement??

Also if you think anything else is a must with this setup let me know

Thanks for the help!
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Old 04-02-2014, 08:35 AM
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Forgot Coolant filter and Trac bars
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Weight is factor. I would say 12.4-12.6 since you mentioned 35's and a bumper replacement (I'm assuming a heavier one). Elevation is also a factor.
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Would that get me into the 700 horse range?
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No, you'd be around 650-660 most likely with that 72. My old 6.4 made 641 with a 71 on stock fuel and 32" street tires.
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Ok thanks for the response. Would getting Tow Power Plus high pressure also put it into 700s?
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No, the high pressure isn't going to add much horsepower.
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Old 04-03-2014, 02:03 PM
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For 700 I think you would need the high powers or a 75 from RCD correct?
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75/59 setup from RCD or Elite's High Power Jr's (76/59 drop-in) would get you close. Elite High Powers (76/62 Precision ball bearing low pressure) have proven to make 700 on stock fuel going by trap speed calculator.
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What do you run with your current mods?
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