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Old 04-29-2011, 05:25 PM
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Mods in sig. Lower output one was a different tune to see what it would pull.

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Old 04-29-2011, 05:27 PM
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congrats on the numbers... looks good
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Old 04-29-2011, 05:30 PM
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Thanks, is nice to finally have an idea what it was putting down not just the butt dyno.
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Old 04-29-2011, 06:28 PM
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Very nice out of a 7.3L, man.
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Old 04-29-2011, 07:02 PM
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So thats basically just an intake, exhaust, and tunes then. Very nice.
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Yeah and some slightly leaky up pipes which are getting replaced, a fuel bowl leak and an oil leak lol. Putting in new orings, up-pipes, deleting the ebpv and installing a 38R this weekend if the weather holds. Then back on the dyno to see how she does then. Hope that will fix those issues.
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Nice numbers. Gives me a ball park of what Im running. What hp tune were you in?
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thats impressive man. I wish i knew where i could get on a dyno, im guessing im around 300 though.. which is fine with me for the time being lol.
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Thats pretty good! Hopefully that means i'm close to 300, just need to get E-fuel and the 17* pump in.
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Nice numbers. Gives me a ball park of what Im running. What hp tune were you in?
I was actually not in the hottest tune. I'm going to be going back in the next month or so hopefully to run it after the upgrades in color in my sig and see what she does then. I was originally supposed to get 3 runs but the guy was having so much fun and it is so easy to switch tunes I ended up getting a few more than that in. I have 4 setups on there as the other 2 are high idle and no start. But I am going to be sending it back in to get the no start taken off and get the other tune I dropped for it since I have the remote start now and don't use it. But I want to get it redynoed first so it is a straight comparison.

Also keep in mind these were done at a mile high give or take a few feet.

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