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Old 07-03-2013, 04:35 PM
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Anyone else see the results of MPD's single? 407 H&S stock, 529 H&S Street, 536 on the race tune from H&S. Congrats MPD, btw this is a F350 DRW w/ 22.5s IIRC, not sure on tire size

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Anyone see the results of the Confederate Diesel kit.

On the 21st of July I think its possible these 2 trucks could race side by side in the dirt.
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Tow tune, street tune, and performance tune is out of fuel.
Corrected sae these numbers are just over 550 rwhp.
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Anyone see the results of the Confederate Diesel kit. Yes I have, and its getting annoying

On the 21st of June I think its possible these 2 trucks could race side by side in the dirt.
I am still glad you make products for our trucks.

Hopefully you meant July
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The dually has 24s on it with canned h&s tuning. Going back on the rollers with a custom tune very soon
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I thought they said it was an Innovative Diesel torque 2.2 stacked on an h & s.
I could be wrong here.
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Yes it had the Torq 2 on 25% on 100% it made 515 and on 0% it made 529
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Yes it had the Torq 2 on 25% on 100% it made 515 and on 0% it made 529
Ok so we have never put a torque 2.2 on and from the post I am unsure how it works.
Would 0% be no power added, and 100% be max power added?

And was 25% the sweet spot before it drained rail?

Thanks for the updates also.
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:21 PM
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Different trucks, different dynos, different days........

All that said though, GREAT JOB TO BOTH COMPANIES!!

And thanks for doing what you've done to come out with a replacement for our pathetic ford garbage turbos.

CFD- what in total is different between that truck and stock? Any other mods besides the tuner, tuning, and the turbo? Was that the 66 mm or the 63 mm turbo?
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