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Old 03-19-2009, 05:15 PM
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bad chip program?

well i wasn't really sure where to put this but i dynoed my truck last week if you want to see there's a vid on youtube eep dyno day about 10 min all the trucks that day. but anyways i put it on there and ran it in the 100 hp tune then the 140 and it only went up 9hp then i was mad the numbers were way lower then last time it was dynoed and i put it on 75 just to see torque on the tow tune well it was almost identicle numbers to the 140 same exact peak hp why is this i have got a new chip and had custom tunes but they were supposed to be the same as last time it dynoed alot lower then the last time and i have done zoo dad intake and some other small stuff. what's the problem why is this happening.
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how strong is your hpop?
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heres the video
YouTube - EEP Dyno Day
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seems ok i'm still pulling the same psi with it
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never go off of advertised HP's

it may be a 140 hp tune but your stock injectors will only let you go over 80hp give or take...

1 of the main reasons we do not advertise HP numbers for the TW chips because no reason to say its a 140hp tune if you will never see it on stock injectors...

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Hey on that video DEMAXIN posted a comment talking about low hp numbers

maybe the dyno wasnt setup right?
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never go off of advertised HP's

it may be a 140 hp tune but your stock injectors will only let you go over 80hp give or take...

1 of the main reasons we do not advertise HP numbers for the TW chips because no reason to say its a 140hp tune if you will never see it on stock injectors...

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hey Raul, dunno if you saw it but his sig says stage 2 hybrids
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Old 03-19-2009, 05:24 PM
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hey Raul, dunno if you saw it but his sig says stage 2 hybrids
lol... i didnt see sig but when you said that i had too look very very hard in the picture for the red text....

well then if he has larger sticks ill have to say its a tuning issue or fuel delivery issue.
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yea i have stage 2 swamps with bigger nozzels so i mean i'm not sure it's dynoed 438 before and i was way low
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what is the biggest sticks you can run with the stock hpop
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