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Old 06-08-2013, 07:23 PM
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Dyno Numbers for my H&S 300

I have to say thanks to all of you out there on the forum. It helped me get my truck where it is. The good and the not so good posts and pictures about these amazing trucks.

so.....

1st pull 527.8 HP/1050.3 TQ.
2nd pull 524.5 HP/10301 TQ
3rd pull 529.7 HP/1042.2 TQ

No too bad, I thought it might be closer to 550 HP, but I will take it, It really drew a crowd, the guy runnning the Dyno was laughing how many people were around. So many people shaking their heads, hard to believe it was stock engine with just a tune and drop in air filter and a gutted DPF and CAT. One guy said that he hates us Diesel guys and laughed & joking and saying that Diesels are just amazing on what they can do. Pretty crazy that more people watching the pull then the Saleeen Stang that was on before me. Told my wife its either going to be a $90 Dyno pull, or a $15,000 pull and a call to Rudy,s on Monday

Talk about the addiction, DAMM!
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Old 06-09-2013, 06:15 AM
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Nice #'s, keep at it! Can you explain the Hollowed Dpf/Cat filter? Thanks, Jayson.
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sweet numbers man.
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Old 06-09-2013, 02:57 PM
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Congrats on the numbers.
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Great numbers!!!
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Thanks!!! It was great to finally know what it was. Driving it one thing but to know what the rear wheels are doing on the pavement makes it sooo much better when I step on it. Like I said before, Even better that was everyone coming up to me and asking what was done to the truck and telling it was all stock except the tuner, air filter and hollowed out DPF.

The one asking about the hollowed out exhaust. I bought a whole full DPF exhuast from another member on the org here and I brought it home and unbolted the center of the DPF and hacked it out with a hammer drill and a GOOD DUST MASK....very nasty and dirty. Put it back together and put it in place of my exhuast on the truck. So my good DPF sits in my garage and the Hollowed out is under the truck. I even have the sensors plugged in for looks. Because the sensors are disabled so it dont matter. You have more questions PM me I will gladly help ya
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