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post #1 of 71 Old 01-18-2009, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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Wild Wheel and axle hop on a 96 f 250

ok so when i'm racing or trying to burn out . if its not wet or extremely slick my axle just wraps and hops out of controll in first and second gear...

what can i do to stop this because its making me loose so much power

i ran it at the 1/8 mile track and it ran 10.9 with about 2.5 sec of hoping and wraping so it could do so much better if i could stop this

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Your going to have to either put on ladder bars or stop racing pretty much. There are other ways put they can be very expensive!

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ladder bars or traction bars... if you have stock tires and suspension i wouldnt think you should have that much axle wrap. maybe somethin is loose

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idk there shouldnt be anything loose its got a load of hp atleast 500 proly close to 6 idk i'll look under there tmw and see if i can find a loose bolt or something

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where are you getting your horsepower numbers from?

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600hp? not from stage 2's with your mods i guess you to be in the 400hp range to the wheels...

as far as your question goes you need traction bars.... that will help a lot
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600hp? not from stage 2's with your mods i guess you to be in the 400hp range to the wheels...

as far as your question goes you need traction bars.... that will help a lot
i dont mean to call anyone out but his sig says injectors and turbo housing soon... is he saying he has injectors and the turbo housing is coming soon?

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i dont mean to call anyone out but his sig says injectors and turbo housing soon... is he saying he has injectors and the turbo housing is coming soon?
i didnt even catch that coming soon thing... then just with that propan injection and TS chip i gues shim to be in low 300's
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propane + 75

high pressure injection pump + 35

ts chip claims 150 so i'l say + 120

intake and exhaust + 15

+ 225 stock hp

ya about 470 not 570 sry i screwed up somewhere on my math lol

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diy intake

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muffler and kitty gone!

ranchands front and rear

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BURNIN B-100 biodiesel

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You are running a very high risk of chucking your shaft. Belive me, cause theat exactly what I did with my 89. The axle wrapped up and the shaft fired out of there like a torpedo. After i beat the hell out of the bottom of my truck the shaft looked more like a pretzle. To make matters worse I ended up having to get a new on made, cause none of the local yards had one.
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