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My Dyno Run

Ok so I got my truck up on the rollers today. Thanks to DozerRN for getting that together. I had a great time and Got to meet alot of new people. To bad most all have chevys.

Anyways, so as I told you I would post up my numbers. I don't have the dyno print off sheet. Although I highly doubt any of you will think I am lying.

My truck just to refresh your memory. Tymar intake, 4 inch straightpipe exhaust, gauges, trans, and ts-6pos chip. Ok call me an idiot I forgot to put my chip in the 140 setting. Maybe they should have put a ricer next to me to remind me. Anyways the numbers are after numerous tries to get a rpm reading are the following

TS 6 in 100hp setting is 244rwhp, with 442 ft lbs of torq. I know not very big. Should have been better but again that was only in the 100 setting. I highly doubt even in my 140 setting I would have broke more then 310.

Now the dyno was a Mustang dyno, the guys running it well it was there first real experince running diesels on it. I think the biggest numbers were a Duramax pushing 816rwhp I didn't get his torq though. A few people there said the dyno was reading low. I do not know because this was my first run so I have nothing to compare it too.

But I do know that they were having problems with rpm readings cutting out. As well no way to manually lock the trans into a gear. I ran in second gear on the shifter. My truck would shift once and then it was wot.

Now my goal is to hit 400. I think 400 in a dd truck is very reasonable and no need to go over that in a dd. So how to get there. I think this is the plan, new injectors hmmm maybe the hybrid mini me's. As well as a different turbo. Don't know which one. Maybe a ballbearing turbo, don't which brand either. Diffenately getting different tunes for my chip.

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glad you got to hit the rollers.....i wish i could give you some feed back!
but i am a Diesel idiot!

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IMO have tony's tunes reburned on to your 6 pos. New turbo of your choice, stg. 2 or similar injectors, and probably some tranny work to go along with it should have you in the 400hp range.

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IMO have tony's tunes reburned on to your 6 pos. New turbo of your choice, stg. 2 or similar injectors, and probably some tranny work to go along with it should have you in the 400hp range.
Trans is built up. I am going to be contacting Twildman as soon as I have extra cash. I talked to him before about reburning my chip. If I get injectors I will most likely go with the hybrid mini's why because they are good up to 500 hp. The turbo most likely will be some ball bearing turbo. But that is all in the futur. The first thing is the reburn of the chip.


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Wow that was one expesive dyno run

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Wow that was one expesive dyno run
Yeah I could have done better by drinking 75 dollars worth of beer. But instead I threw done 75 dollars to run on a dyno. I didn't break nothing at all. Just ran 75 dollars away.


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$75 down, but you had fun with it didn't you? I know I always do.

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Air Dog 150, ITP reg. return
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HaHaHa yeah actually the 75 bucks isn't the expensive part its all the mods you want to do after you found out your hp

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HaHaHa yeah actually the 75 bucks isn't the expensive part its all the mods you want to do after you found out your hp
That ain't no lie!

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Stage 2 singleshot injectors Extrude honed
TN BB Turbo
Modded factory HPOP 3800 psi
6.0L IC upgrade or Speerco IC
and some kind of fuel system Fass

also youll have to beef up your trans
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