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So i was just wondering how many people have made 600 rwhp with just tuner exhaust and intake? This is a picture of my first dyno with just those mods. it also had a correction factor of 3


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I have never been on the dyno with my current truck. With my 2003 Dodge, I was able to pull just under 700RWHP.....However, that took a ton of money and ton of mods. No way would that old 5.9 pull those numbers with a tune, exhaust and intake. My 6.4 is a beast, however, like I said I have not been on the dyno. What tune are you running? Those numbers are impressive.

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At the time i was running the HD 300 tunes, and honestly i didn't even have a cold air intake at the time just took my filter out lol.
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What was your non corrected number? That is what most go off, a correction factor is just another way of saying screwing up actual numbers. Track times give real numbers though, a dyno is a tuning tool and all vary. You might have made 601 on that dyno and went to the next dyno in town and not make more than 550 and then turn around and go to another and it say you make 650

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What was your non corrected number? That is what most go off, a correction factor is just another way of saying screwing up actual numbers. Track times give real numbers though, a dyno is a tuning tool and all vary. You might have made 601 on that dyno and went to the next dyno in town and not make more than 550 and then turn around and go to another and it say you make 650
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I would tell you if I knew how to do it! But I don't and I'm at 5500 feet.
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