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Question How much power?????

I have a 01 superduty on a 8in lift and 36in pj. The question i have is how much hp/tq do i have(rear wheel). It has a AFE intake,Banks turbo,4in ATS dp back exhaust ,stage 2 injectors,dp-tuner 140 aggresive tune,Boost foiler gets about 28psi boost.(looking to upgrade)And all the gauges to monitor the engine. Any input would be great.
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What kind of stage 2 injectors?

Close guess would be 360-380... but need to know the tips on the stage 2's...

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also you running stock gears or lower gears? that will play a big role on how much rear W hp your getting
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It also depends on which dyno HP is calulated on. The most popular are: real heartbreakers are DynoDynamics, next is the Mustang dyno, and lastly is Dyno Jet. Most people are overlooking the Dyno Jet numbers now because they are not load based dynos therefore over inflated numbers are produced. They're like saying you're 7 feet tall when you are only 6'8". I pay no attention to people who quote Dyno Jet numbers. Also, please remember that numbers are just numbers based on calculations for tuning. Every single dyno is different especially when numbers are plugged in like drag coefficient, weight of the vehicle etc. Get over the numbers and just have fun.
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Get the truck to a track. Make sure you weigh the truck at the track. Then calculate your time slips and weight to give you a good idea of your HP. Time slips don't lie.

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Get the truck to a track. Make sure you weigh the truck at the track. Then calculate your time slips and weight to give you a good idea of your HP. Time slips don't lie.
We'll just assume you can drive..
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380-400 would be my guess that lift doesnt help ya any but looks good!

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