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Old 05-01-2012, 03:31 PM
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quickest bolt-on 6.0?

i ran 13.38 @ 99.57 last week, anyone heard of a quicker supercab truck?
my previous best a couple weeks ago was 13.45 @ 98.29 with a 1.785 60'

truck specs are:
06 supercab shortbed 4x4 6.0 factory 20s
studs
ecm/tcm/ficm flashed back
blocked egr cooler
03 turbo
mbrp duals.
f250 rear blocks
running innovatives extreme race tune
7100lb race weight (tailgate, steps, receiver, spare off truck)

1.809
5.397
8.460 79.77
11.125
13.385 99.57

i want to get some factory 17s off an f250 to try at the track, lighter setup and shorter tire and take my muffler/tailpipes off to try for 13.20s

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Old 05-01-2012, 10:26 PM
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That's fast good job you could try water meth that will bring it down to
Oh and btw you could try bolting on a new turbo and injectors
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thanks! injectors would be nice but no $$$ for them right now. if anything a bottle.
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thanks! injectors would be nice but no $$$ for them right now. if anything a bottle.
i dont know how much nos would help as the injectors are maxed out and i heard vgts dont like it. but water meth is good for 50rwh
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why a 03 turbo?.. thats some pretty good times. i ran 2 days ago about 6 times and all was around 15.0 i couldnt break the 14.99 and i also had some good r/t times.
so far arp head studs, egr delete and a tune and straght pipe exaust.
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time in sig with 100* humid weather, oh but im stock head gaskets/bolts, litterally tune/exhaust only 6.0
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time in sig with 100* humid weather, oh but im stock head gaskets/bolts, litterally tune/exhaust only 6.0
nice but i went quicker than that back with stock head bolts and a ****ty reflash a few years ago, exhaust & tune 13.84 @ 95. my truck is an 06 extended cab short bed, a bit heavier than yours.
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new best time a couple saturdays ago, 13.35 @ 100.04. i put on stock F250 17s, dropped about 100lbs compared to the 20s. it was 82* that day.

1.790 60'
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Pardon the hijack but what do the F250 rear blocks do?
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Pardon the hijack but what do the F250 rear blocks do?
F350 blocks are 4 inch and f250 blocks 2 inch so he lowered back 2 inch
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