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Old 03-26-2008, 06:04 PM
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Does anyone have stock dyno numbers of their 7.3? I am dynoing my truck at school tomorrow, one bone stock and one with an AFE Stage II intake.
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No numbers for you, but I'd be curious to see what you get stock.
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Old 03-26-2008, 06:42 PM
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ive read its around 210-225 rwhp
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What about torque?
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This should be interesting. I'm gonna be watchin this one most definately
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400-425, dont hold me to these numbers, its just what ive read
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it would be even more interesting if there was a custom tuned chip and exhaust thrown in there to see how much of a difference this intake makes. Im guessing wont see much with a stock truck
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My guess stock was 210hp/400tq and with the AFE about 220hp/415tq. I wish I had a chip too, I was thinking about doing a muffler delete and running a 4" exhaust from there. What do you guys think about that?
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We tried to dyno it yesterday but we could not find a way to get an RPM signal since on a gas engine we just went by the #1 spark plug wire. What is a good way to get an RPM signal.
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Does anyone have stock dyno numbers of their 7.3? I am dynoing my truck at school tomorrow, one bone stock and one with an AFE Stage II intake.
Look on the passanger side valve cover. If your's is 02 it will have hp and torque.

Some were 250/500 from ford.
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