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Old 06-24-2009, 02:02 PM
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1/4 mile time 13.857 seconds !!!!!!!

I ran it on a G-tech. From what I have read people say they are pretty accurate on the 1/4 mile times. I always wondered what I could hit and I never make it out to a real track so I figured I should get one of these and check it. I did a 10psi 4wd boost launch and ended up hitting a 13.857 at 99.3mph. I was wondering why I hit 1400 degrees on my EGT's but it was because I forgot that my water/meth tank was empty. Ha. Im pretty excited about this time because I was hoping to break into the 13's. WOO HOO!!! Garrett
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congrats thats awesome
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I ran a 13.7 @ 97 at the track with my mods. I dynoed at 448hp and 904 tq and have a longbed, so my truck is probably heavier. With that said, the g-tech is probably close to what you'd run at the track.
oh, and congrats
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I ran a 13.7 @ 97 at the track with my mods. I dynoed at 448hp and 904 tq and have a longbed, so my truck is probably heavier. With that said, the g-tech is probably close to what you'd run at the track.
oh, and congrats
Thanks man. Sweet! We have pretty much the same setup almost. When I put mine on the dyno it had an 8" lift and 37's. I bet if I put in on the dyno again I could hit hp and tq numbers like yours. When I ran my truck today I had a full tank of diesel and it was 101 degrees outside and my water/meth tank was empty. I wonder if I put my factory front bumper back on, fill my water/meth tank up this time, and run it at night time when its cooler if I could squeez out a 13.5 maybe? What do yall think?
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i would say a 13.5 on a cool night is very very do able. what was your r/t on the 13.8 run. and 60ft. time
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i would say a 13.5 on a cool night is very very do able. what was your r/t on the 13.8 run. and 60ft. time
Man I didnt even look at those, Crap. ha. I get off work at 6:00 this morning so tomorrow Im gonna mix me some water meth up and fill up the resivior with it. That should help cool things off a little and give me more power. Im gonna run it friday morning when I get off at 6:00 again that way its cooler air. I'll save that run so I can post up those times. That 13.8 was the first time I have ever run a 1/4 mile. I think I might squeeze out a 13.5 friday morning! hopefully
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