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Old 06-08-2009, 09:53 AM
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I had my truck dynoed over the weekend just wanted to see if anybody thought these numbers were around what to be expected. Its a 00 w/ a manual trans. I have a TN BB, TW chip, 5in straight pipe, afe stage 2, banks ic, on the extreme setting it made 285hp and 650tq. Has anybody else got similar numbers w/ close to this setup. Any suggestions.
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:07 AM
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i put out 280 and 645 the other day with my mods in the sig
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sounds low with a turbo you should have tried another setting
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Old 06-08-2009, 09:29 PM
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did you run it in 5th or 6th?

I would have thought you would be around 300-310
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Old 06-09-2009, 11:07 AM
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Next time turn the chip down. I would bet your running out of HPOP on the extream setting. You should have been in the 300-320 range.
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:32 PM
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Does the tq seem to be in range and the hp low or is the tq low also b/c i expected maybe 300-320 on hp and tq within the range it was. I should have tried the chip down a setting but didnt. I also suspect that i am running out of oil on the high setting it created a enromous out of black smoke. Im goin to go w/ a adrenaline hpop and a set of hybrids next. I guess we will see what happens sometime after that.
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Does seem a tad low but not bad. You do know TN Turbos are junk right? A stocker moves more air LOL.

But how where everyone elses numbers for the day and what type of dyno was it on?
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Does seem a tad low but not bad. You do know TN Turbos are junk right? A stocker moves more air LOL.

But how where everyone elses numbers for the day and what type of dyno was it on?
Again... You spew stuff about products you have never ran... I did 467hp 1050tq with that "junk" TN BB. Now thats not your wounder 520... But you had larger hybrids, ported heads, and who knows how much time live tuning...
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Again... You spew stuff about products you have never ran... I did 467hp 1050tq with that "junk" TN BB. Now thats not your wounder 520... But you had larger hybrids, ported heads, and who knows how much time live tuning...
I was just giving him a hard time calm down. and you know my 1st run on the dyno b4 it was even touched that day was over 500.
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Old 06-13-2009, 12:46 AM
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I actually really like my TN ive had no probs. w/ it and it def. moves more air then the stock one and no fn surge w/ it as for other trucks I was the only 7.3. but a couple of 6.0s w/ turbos and injectors did in the 400s and 850s tq i wasnt completly displeased compared the more money they had in there trucks. It was a mobile dyno but not sure excatly what kind? Im goin to do Hybrids, upgrade the hpop and a few other things untill Ford brings out their 6.7 and then look for one of those. So i can put on the back glass FORD MAKES IT AND FORD SHAKES IT. haha
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