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Old 01-13-2013, 01:51 PM
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WWG2 Test - Stock F350 Dually

Here are some more test results of testing with the WWG2. The test vehicle is as follows:

2003 F350 CC, Dually 4WD, VDH5 (TNAA7S3), 230K miles, Injectors and HPOP replaced 6 mos. ago. Otherwise, the truck is completely stock.

As usual, testing was with 8000 Lbs load on the dyno. All runs we competed in 3rd gear locked. Speed was held at a steady 1400 RPM until full throttle was applied. Data sampling was taken from 1500 RPM to 3500 RPM. All testing was achieved with engine and transmission at normal operating temperature with 70 ambient air temp. All runs were datalogged to obtain boost and backpressure readings, along with monitoring EOT, ICP, IPR, and other critical data. Unfortunately, this vehicle was not equipped with a pyrometer so we were not able to observe any changes in EGTs. Datalog pressures were verified with a mechanical boost gauge and are considered to be accurate with +/- 0.25 PSI.

Generated results are as follow:

Stock ECM calibration (minus Speed Limiter and Rev Limiter) - Stock wheel vs. WWG2

Boost:
  • Stock:
    • 7.8 PSI @ 2000
    • 14.3 PSI @ 2500
    • 16.2 PSI @ 3500
  • WWG2:
    • 7.5 PSI @ 2000
    • 14.7 PSI @ 2500
    • 19.8 PSI @ 3500

Backpressure:
  • Stock:
    • 11.9 PSI @ 2000
    • 23.9 PSI @ 2500
    • 31.1 PSI @ 3500
  • WWG2:
    • 10.6 PSI @ 2000
    • 23.3 PSI @ 2500
    • 33.5 PSI @ 3500

Dyno Graphs:
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Overall Gains:
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Standard PHP 40 Tow - Stock wheel vs. WWG2

Boost:
  • Stock:
    • 8.6 PSI @ 2000
    • 15.0 PSI @ 2500
    • 18.5 PSI @ 3500
  • WWG2:
    • 7.8 PSI @ 2000
    • 16.2 PSI @ 2500
    • 23.8 PSI @ 3500

Backpressure:
  • Stock:
    • 13.4 PSI @ 2000
    • 24.7 PSI @ 2500
    • 35.5 PSI @ 3500
  • WWG2:
    • 10.2 PSI @ 2000
    • 23.2 PSI @ 2500
    • 37.4 PSI @ 3500

Dyno Graphs:
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Overall Gains:
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Overall Gain - Stock ECM/Stock Wheel vs. PHP 40 Tow Calibration/WWG2

Dyno Graphs:
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Overall Gains:
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We will be testing another S/D vehicle later this week (Friday) and will post up those results as well as they become available.
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Wow Bill that is simply incredible that as little of a modification as this is that it is able to produce such incredible results.
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impressive results
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You should've seen Jon and Jay's daces yesterday. They simply couldn't believe the results. LOL I have to say I was a bit surprised myself.
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Yep, I will be buying one of these!

Thanks a ton for all the time you dedicate Bill!
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Yep, I will be buying one of these!

Thanks a ton for all the time you dedicate Bill!
LOL and I'll probably be installing it for you won't I Lee?? :
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Nah, I will be handling it. You already have too many to install!!!

Bill, I am assuming (common sense) that the only thing changed was the wheel itself. Do you think specific tuning for that wheel could result in better numbers? Just curious and your the man with the answers!
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Bill so with these results and for the people that are running your tunes and who have gotten the wheel like myself are you going to be able to amp up the tunes even more than we have to take advantage of the wheel?
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Mine will be here tomorrow. Putting it on my clapped 95 this week then driving 2000 miles. Super excited!!!
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And i just got my ww installed a few weeks ago and this comes out
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