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Old 04-06-2010, 06:18 PM
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FCDP Dually Made a couple runs

Its been quite a while since I have ran my truck at the track, so last night we were at the track with the 7.3 we just finished up and I got a wild hair to run my truck, The truck weighs 8950 as it sat last night and I was honestly expecting some high 14's

I got a nice surprise:

1st run

R/T .718
60' 1.95
330' 5.719
1/8 8.947
mph 75.89
1000 11.73
1/4 14.08
mph 95.70

2nd run

R/T .233
60' 1.99
330' 5.742
1/8 8.956
mph 76.23
1000 11.73
1/4 14.06
mph 96.31

3rd Run

R/T .053
60' 1.89
330' 5.639
1/8 8.860
mph 75.94
1000 11.65
1/4 14.01
mph 95.30


Not too bad for 190's and a stock turbo, I have a Trusted Performance 62mm non VGT on order, so I think that will push me to 13.5's Chad and I talked today and I might get a 64 and see how that will work since I mainly just tow, not race..maybe I can make it do both? If I get the 64mm and it doesn't work, they will swap me a 62mm no problem, so I think I will try the 64mm and maybe a tad of spray..maybe..LOL

I was very pleased overall,Calculator shows it being around 533hp at the wheels, here is a sweet picture that Jesse from MBRP snapped for me, Thanks for hanging with us last night Jesse.



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Those are some very good time for that heavy of a truck. Nice job.
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What you need is some consistency lol. Nice runs Adam.
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great runs
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Good runs! If you looked, just out of curiosity, what did your EGT's look like with the 190's and stock turbo? Is it the original turbo or 03 turbo?
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Nice numbers Adam.

How hot does it run towing with that combo?
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Thanks everyone, I was well pleased with the numbers, I would have liked a 13 second run but I will live with these LOL

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Good runs! If you looked, just out of curiosity, what did your EGT's look like with the 190's and stock turbo? Is it the original turbo or 03 turbo?
My pyro is not working right now, but if I had to guess in a 1/4 mile WOT its was 1600*+

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Nice numbers Adam.

How hot does it run towing with that combo?
towing really just depends on throttle position, I can get it hot if I am in the fuel heavy, but I can also tow at 70mph at 800-900* depends on weight and terrain.
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i like seeing go fast fat bottoms....lol
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