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post #1 of 7 Old 03-27-2011, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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0-60 with the 6.7

I am curious how much variation there is amongst the 6.7's in acceleration. What is your 0-60 mph acceleration time. Traction control off, 4x4 engaged and state rear end ratio and tire size. Also curious how much difference the H&S makes.

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Truck in signature. 3.55 rear end. Measured with my old DashDaq was 9.45. Also had two 300 pounds of man in it, and 400 lbs of cargo.

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My launches weren't the greatest so I might be able to do a little better on the numbers. Using the Speedview Android app I got the following numbers. I'm not sure how accurate the Speedview app is but I would think within +/- 1 second.

0-60 - 7 sec
1/4 mile - 14 sec

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My launches weren't the greatest so I might be able to do a little better on the numbers. Using the Speedview Android app I got the following numbers. I'm not sure how accurate the Speedview app is but I would think within +/- 1 second.

0-60 - 7 sec
1/4 mile - 14 sec
I don't see that you have a tuner so your numbers are way off, but I hope that im wrong I think a stock truck run mid 16s in the 1/4

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Yeah, I definitely need to grab a friend and a stopwatch and see what the actual numbers are. The neat thing about the app is that it automatically starts timing you when you start moving and then stops when it senses either 60mph or 1/4 mile. Makes it easy to grab some times while solo. Although, if they're off by 2 seconds the numbers are pretty much useless.

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The problem with gps is that most devices (especially cell phones) don't update often enough to get an accurate reading.
Not saying I won't try it if the app is free.

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Let's see some more numbers. So far we've got two including my own and it looks like mine is a dog. I don't think it is though, I know my numbers are dead on, the Dashdaq reads the speedometer through the OBD port. I could've done a better launch but it's so hard to feel out that stupid torque management.

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