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Where will I be as far as horsepower and torque after I install a s&b, 4'' TB and tunner? I want to stay very reliable and safe. What else are the basics that need to be done?
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Maybe a 70HP increase.

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I have spent about the last three weeks rearding about all that I can and suprisingly I have found very few dyno plots for simple upgrades...
I have found quite a few dyno plots for trucks with 15 grand worth of extra gear, but nothing with the simple stuff.

Does anyone have dyno pulls with just an AIS or just DIY or just an AFE...and how about the same with MBRP vs Magniflow etc...
You would think there would be a crap load of stock vs 4 inch exhuast, some intake and a variety of tuner chips...

But can't find much of anything...
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depends on what tuner.. but gen speaking you wont get past 320hp to the wheels with stock injectors...

i dynoed my truck with my chip, intake and exhaust and it was 320ish hp and 650 torque to the wheels.. i was runnig 35's on stock gears too so my torque should be a lil more if i had stock tires


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I have spent about the last three weeks rearding about all that I can and suprisingly I have found very few dyno plots for simple upgrades...
I have found quite a few dyno plots for trucks with 15 grand worth of extra gear, but nothing with the simple stuff.

Does anyone have dyno pulls with just an AIS or just DIY or just an AFE...and how about the same with MBRP vs Magniflow etc...
You would think there would be a crap load of stock vs 4 inch exhuast, some intake and a variety of tuner chips...

But can't find much of anything...
Because we know what our trucks make stock, and its nothing to sneeze it. So why bother dynoing small numbers?
Dynoing a diesel is pricy, so if you know your making decent power then its a good idea to dyno. Otherwide you just get laughed at lol

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depends on what tuner.. but gen speaking you wont get past 320hp to the wheels with stock injectors...

i dynoed my truck with my chip, intake and exhaust and it was 320ish hp and 650 torque to the wheels.. i was runnig 35's on stock gears too so my torque should be a lil more if i had stock tires
I didn't think you could get over 320HP on old 7.3's with just a chip.

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I am not expecting huge numbers just thinking of where I will be after my first mods. I live about an hour from TW so I will call him and see if I can come up and get a chip burned from him and maybe install it while I am there just in case I need a touchup.
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I am not expecting huge numbers just thinking of where I will be after my first mods. I live about an hour from TW so I will call him and see if I can come up and get a chip burned from him and maybe install it while I am there just in case I need a touchup.
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Because we know what our trucks make stock, and its nothing to sneeze it. So why bother dynoing small numbers?
Dynoing a diesel is pricy, so if you know your making decent power then its a good idea to dyno. Otherwide you just get laughed at lol
Dynoing anything is pricey...but so are shiny parts. I used to run a lot on the track with a few different type of cars and when I got sick of race series and rules, I started just doing track days and built myself a little turbo car...
Well, peak power meant nothing, it was how that power came on. I had only 225 hp at the wheels of a car weighing in at 2050 lbs and it was faster and easier to control than my buddies car that weighed the same, but made 245 whp with a bigger turbo that was peaky...
I could tune my TEC3 to give me an additional 20 or so hp at the expense of the motor, or I could tune it softer with a flatter, more forgiving yet faster around a track (and around the street...not that I drove that car on the street )

The right baby steps make the best power not the highest power. To me money spent at the dyno was always money well spent.

So what I am getting at is somebody must have dyno'd their trucks with just few parts...

Thanks Raul for the update...
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With beans tuning on a newer 7.3 with just an intake and exhaust they have got 360hp at the wheels out of it. Otherwise Ive seen 320 or so out of them

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