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just wondering the numbers....

i just finished (for now) turning my baby into an animal. the only thing i have done to it so far is intake tuner and exhaust.
the intake: AFE stage2 with a pro guard 7 filter.
the tuner:dptuner 16 pos with both econo tunes and 2 towing lope(stupid one makes the engine throw codes so i dont use it) drive thru mode, 100hp, 120hp, and 140hp.
the exhaust: MBRP 4" turbo back 409 ss with single high flow muffler

but my question is does anybody have any idea what the horsepower output for this combo is? i know i should just go hit a dyno just havent had the money to spare on it lately. i think its close to or alittle over 500hp when i put it on the 140 tune. i normally leave it in the 80hp econo tune and i average around 17 and i have seen 23 on the highway but not on the open highway.
but any and all knowledge would greatly be appreciated.
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A 7.3 is like 215HP stock. Soooooo doubt it's 500RWHP.
I know others have had probably the exact same combo with proven numbers, but I'd think 32-350RWHP?
I'm sure you know to be careful running tunes with no gauges :



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You are nowhere near 500rwhp. At the most you're pushing 300-320rwhp.


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With my truck as it shows in my sig, minus the PHP FU Chip (I got it since the dyno run), I got 242rwhp/504ft-lbs rwtq on the dyno at PHP. I need to go back and test it with the chip and tunes now.

I doubt you're anywhere near 500hp. I'd guess closer to 300-350hp



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i just finished (for now) turning my baby into an animal. the only thing i have done to it so far is intake tuner and exhaust.
the intake: AFE stage2 with a pro guard 7 filter.
the tuner:dptuner 16 pos with both econo tunes and 2 towing lope(stupid one makes the engine throw codes so i dont use it) drive thru mode, 100hp, 120hp, and 140hp.
the exhaust: MBRP 4" turbo back 409 ss with single high flow muffler

but my question is does anybody have any idea what the horsepower output for this combo is? i know i should just go hit a dyno just havent had the money to spare on it lately. i think its close to or alittle over 500hp when i put it on the 140 tune. i normally leave it in the 80hp econo tune and i average around 17 and i have seen 23 on the highway but not on the open highway.
but any and all knowledge would greatly be appreciated.
Thanks,
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Definitely 500, lol! No dude you're makin prolly within 10hp of 325hp
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Don't let these guys fool ya man. Id say ur close to 500hp..... I bet it smokes like a freight train doesnt it?

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ooops forgot to mention the 3 pod pillar mount egt tranny boost. by auto meter, just wish i had wired it to the dimmer switch instead of a regular 12volt light source. and the pyro is pre-turbo left exhaust manifold

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With that exact combo several years ago, plus a modded 17*, I dyno'd 266/620.

AD's don't have the fuel for 350, so you're probably somewhere between 250 and 330, like every other chip/intake/exhaust SD is.
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well i guess that the 140 hp from the tune was a high hopes kinda add on huh...

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Yup, sorry man.
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