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Old 09-03-2011, 07:19 PM
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H&S and TQ2 Stack Dyno Numbers

See below.

Stacked with H&S and 100% on TQ2 - 521/1147
H&S Hot Tune Only (latest version) - 491/1049

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Old 09-03-2011, 07:49 PM
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Pretty impressive gains with them stacked. Is that with full deletes? I've been thinking about doing the H&S with the DPF on tunes and stacking my Torq2 but I cant decide.
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Old 09-04-2011, 12:24 PM
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Great Info

Jesse, awesome report!! I also have the H&S Mini Maxx but it is stacked with a MP8. I was wondering how alike are the 2 or how different are the 2?(torq2vsmp8) I have checked the H&S by it self and the ICP is higher on the gauge with the H&S only,and less pressure with my MP8 on at different levels. I was wondering if you have checked any of this on your end.But basically I was wondering how the heck it is possible to make more power with less fuel pressure with the 2 on? It just seems weird. I do like the throttle response boost with the 2 stacked,and also a little better fuel economy. Your thoughts On your set up would be great.
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Almost a 100 more torque stacked, nice.
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Yeah I'm seeing 4000psi frp loss with the torq2 turned up all the way with spartan warhammer.
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Jesse, awesome report!! I also have the H&S Mini Maxx but it is stacked with a MP8. I was wondering how alike are the 2 or how different are the 2?(torq2vsmp8) I have checked the H&S by it self and the ICP is higher on the gauge with the H&S only,and less pressure with my MP8 on at different levels. I was wondering if you have checked any of this on your end.But basically I was wondering how the heck it is possible to make more power with less fuel pressure with the 2 on? It just seems weird. I do like the throttle response boost with the 2 stacked,and also a little better fuel economy. Your thoughts On your set up would be great.
Remember that when monitoring Rail Pressure on a truck with a pressure box, the factory rail pressure readings will almost always be wrong. The pressure box feeds the ECM a lower rail pressure reading than actual, thus causing the ECM to increase the pulse width to deliver X Fuel. So readings taken for rail pressure will be inaccurate unless done with a mechanical gauge. So, although the ECM is showing 24,000 PSI, the rail may be closer to 31,000 PSI.
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Good point!!
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hmmm...very impressive. Wish I had my truck making that amount of power.
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If your stacking is it better to stack the 2.0 or 2.1?
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hmmm...very impressive. Wish I had my truck making that amount of power.
How much are you making?


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