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Old 02-12-2009, 06:45 PM
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Talking 1\4 mile times of my e 350

just got home from the drag strip,and I can say am a happy camper 15.2 the 1/4mile all thanks to the fantastic dp-tuner (f-5)in the 120race setting and the best is the trap speed ,which was 91.25mph that milage is done by 14.7 to 15.0 1/4 mile cars. my 60 foot were in the 2.26 to 2.37 the best passes any others with time slips post to share your exeriences.
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Old 03-06-2009, 06:37 AM
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heres a nice 7.3l van YouTube - Arne's Van
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Old 06-03-2009, 04:37 PM
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good times ...

i havnt made it to the drag strip since i got my dp tuner, but im looking to go next week.

i was running 15.6 - 15.8 with a super chip tuner ... but its faster now on the 80 E DP tuner setting and i put a 4inch turbo back.

ill keep ya posted

whats an air dog ?

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Old 06-08-2009, 02:55 PM
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it is a fuel filtration sistem that removes water debree and air. the air makes our engines pre detonate and lose mpg ,also helps alot with the cackle ,easier starts .it comes with a 2 micron filter and water separator so we dont have to replase the one in the engine bay many vendors have it ,i got mine from diesel manor great service ,also i pick up about 1mpg a little more alittle less
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Old 06-08-2009, 03:17 PM
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a filtration sistem that removes water debree,and air in the fuel.the air in the fuel make our engines pre detonate and lose some milage,power and cackle.in my experience my van starts faster runs smoother and the top end is incredible it seems the rpm from 1800 to 3200 has more power ,also dont have to relpace the one in the engine as often since it comes with a water separator and 2 micron filters ?about your exhaust system did you lose some milage,stay even or improve? looking to get one, but scared i might lose milage,is it diamond eye ?what diameter 3 or 4''my van is a delivery one so always loking for mpg;s ,i got my airdog 100 sistem from diesel manor great service 550$ for the complete sistem,i need to learn to atatch photos so i can show you how it looks
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Old 06-08-2009, 03:21 PM
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also what diameter are those rims they look awsome ,great looking van g'day mate
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Old 06-08-2009, 03:51 PM
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great info ... thx

sounds like a good unit to purchase next.

my rims are 20 in kmc spys on 275/55/20

the exhaust is a 4 inch turbo back, and i got about 1 mpg on the highway ... not much but every little bit helps, it sounds way better too ... kinda lower tone and throaty... i think the larger down pipe lowers egt's a bit too
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Old 06-08-2009, 04:05 PM
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back at cha mate thanx i was wondering of i was gona lose some milage but if it stays the same or improve it's worth it ,and anyway 1 mile is 1mile mate, im geting 17 to 19mpg avg 50%city 50%highway,i use 16onz 2 cycle oil tc-w3 like some guys are using for lubricity conbined with power service grey bottle ,howes,redline ,amsoil,stanadine performance blue bottle they are great products go for the one easiest to find or cheepest
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Old 06-08-2009, 04:21 PM
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yup im pretty consistant in the southern usa getting 18 or 19 mpg... with a 250 lb dirt bike and 100 lbs of tools in the back ... i also am a firm beliver in quality fuel ... shell and sunoco are what i have the best luck with ... beat BP or Pilot buy 1-3 mpg... no joke !!!

2 stroke oil ??? like what u run in a dirt bike ?

wow ....


and whats the scoop on the

"power service grey bottle ,howes,redline ,amsoil,stanadine performance blue bottle"

im a real rookie so i dont know much about these products ?

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Old 06-08-2009, 04:31 PM
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More van guys!!! Nice! I went 14.39 with some issues. Should have been a 13.70 I would think. Hoping for a 12.60 next time back. Gotta finish this thing up.
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