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Dyno Results

So I managed to get on a dyno and I'm not to thrilled with the results(probably cause all the dodges laying down some monster numbers!)

I think they are decent for power to the ground. I don't know. Let me know what y'all think

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It's kinda hard to see the last two runs.

What I don't get is on my ts I made more power on the 100 setting then on the 140.

Blue was stock setting.

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You don't have all the necesary supporting mods to run the 140 tune to it's potential.

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I dont know anything about the 7.3's but it seems low for the mods you have, and im like you, why did it make lett hp on the 140 setting. Also i thought that the 100-140 hp setting was suposed to make that much more hp at the wheels. Maybe im still a newbe

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Dropping too much HPO with the TS tunes, get a better chip and you'll get better #'s. Other than that, I don't know you have solid mods on your truck, so that's what leads me to thinks it's just the chip. I probably shouldn't even ask but you ran single rears on the dyno right?

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no I kept the duals on. I think you're right about the chip. I think the TS is hurting more than helping. With the hundered horse I was only 60 over stock. I know it's not a true 100 to the wheels but I figured i would of had better stock numbers!

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Your spinning a lot of wieght with those duals. Pull the outside wheels and you'd pick up a few HP i would bet.

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what about boost leaks? might be something to check. Don't stock 7.3 powerstrokes make around 170-180rwhp? I would think you would be in the 260+ range with your mods. I may be wrong though
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I don't have any boost leaks. I have an exhaust leak at the up pipes for the turbo, but I think my hpop is getting weak.

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those numbers seem way too low.... i have about the same setup as you except im running the edge stuff and made over 300 hp and 600lbs of torque...


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I wonder if the exhaust leak could be robbing horsepower. I don't know what else to check. Guess I need to take it to a dealer and have them check the hpop and injector pressure. I'm with you Raul I'm thinking I should have bigger numbers.

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