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Old 06-17-2006, 02:13 PM
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348rwhp / 700ft-lbs Dyno Today...

Well, since I still haven't gotten my Turbo Trans Am back together, I decided to have some fun and dyno the truck today at one of the local speed shops who were having a dyno day today.

Truck layed down 348rwhp and 700ft-lbs at the wheels. This was through the big 37" Parnelli Jones's too. Truck barely fit on the dyno width wise. Hehe,..

For those of you wondering the mods to the truck are as follows:

- Homemade air intake ( aka Tymar )
- DP-Tuner "Econo" tune
- Stock exhaust straight piped

Truck has 220k miles on it so I'm fairly please. I have a 4" turbo back exhaust ready to go on the truck, just have to get around to getting it on there. I'm interested to see how much it picks up with the exhaust.

It was funny that a big 4x4 truck layed down the biggest torque number of the day. Biggest HP number went to a big-block Camaro drag car.
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Well, since I still haven't gotten my Turbo Trans Am back together, I decided to have some fun and dyno the truck today at one of the local speed shops who were having a dyno day today.

Truck layed down 348rwhp and 700ft-lbs at the wheels. This was through the big 37" Parnelli Jones's too. Truck barely fit on the dyno width wise. Hehe,..

For those of you wondering the mods to the truck are as follows:

- Homemade air intake ( aka Tymar )
- DP-Tuner "Econo" tune
- Stock exhaust straight piped

Truck has 220k miles on it so I'm fairly please. I have a 4" turbo back exhaust ready to go on the truck, just have to get around to getting it on there. I'm interested to see how much it picks up with the exhaust.

It was funny that a big 4x4 truck layed down the biggest torque number of the day. Biggest HP number went to a big-block Camaro drag car.
Awsome man...those are some really good numbers for a pretty lightly modded truck.........then again...she is just getting broke in at 220k :burnout
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so those are the #'s I can expect, since all I'm doing is intake(done) exhaust, chip and guages!!! cool!

I plan on getting like a 4 position chip -- 40 for towing, 80 econo, 100 streetable, and stock or high idle.

Just curious, manual or auto tranny and if it's auto have you done anything to upgrade it?

Also, Diesels are torquemonster's like me! see my "broke bolt off diff cover" thread lol and so I wouldn't be surprised if a gasser couldn't beat your torque #'s.

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was that with the stage 1's?
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Bringing this one back from the dead...haha..

No, those were with stock injectors, although the truck does have Stage 1 single shots now with a F5.
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so those are the #'s I can expect, since all I'm doing is intake(done) exhaust, chip and guages!!! cool!

I plan on getting like a 4 position chip -- 40 for towing, 80 econo, 100 streetable, and stock or high idle.
^^^^ That's hilarious
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wow, stock injectors!

you think im making somewhere near that hp and torque?

ive got 5" exhaust, dp f5, boost fooler, and a heavy foot

that 700rwt just looks amazing on paper ha
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^^^^ That's hilarious
AHAHAHAHA, ditto!!!
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^whats that supposed to mean?
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Because this thread is over 4 years old, Marty's truck is now just a lil more than a chip and exhaust hahahaah, it runs 11.62 @ 115.79
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