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what would be a good ball park guess be on hp? and what could my 1/4 mile times be this is just to get a estimate, cause i dont know.

edit: tranny is still factory so asssume its a full built.
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I'll guess a totally uneducated 340-360.
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I'm going to say probably 370-390. ET, probably 13.8ish.
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et will be like a 14.0 - 14.2 i would think with a good launch
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any one else????
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I'd say shy of 365hp...and more like low to mid 14s...

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what would be a good ball park guess be on hp? and what could my 1/4 mile times be this is just to get a estimate, cause i dont know.

edit: tranny is still factory so asssume its a full built.

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Well you'd be above me for sure... The only thing I don't have on your BOMB list is injectors and the turbo...

I'm pulling 381/826 and 379/831 on the dyno...:Thumbup:

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Well you'd be above me for sure... The only thing I don't have on your BOMB list is injectors and the turbo...

I'm pulling 381/826 and 379/831 on the dyno...:Thumbup:
That just sounds awfully high to me for just running a semi aggressive box as the only fueling mod. If your truck puts down 190hp to the rear wheels stock, a box that is supposed to add 120hp shouldn't be adding 191hp.

What gear did they dyno your truck in? Also just personal opinion, all dynos are different, you can't compare two different trucks on two different dynos in two locations. They are more of a tuning tool than anything, or a decent comparison when tested back to back. So it could be that the dyno was off or something like that.
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That just sounds awfully high to me for just running a semi aggressive box as the only fueling mod. If your truck puts down 190hp to the rear wheels stock, a box that is supposed to add 120hp shouldn't be adding 191hp.

What gear did they dyno your truck in? Also just personal opinion, all dynos are different, you can't compare two different trucks on two different dynos in two locations. They are more of a tuning tool than anything, or a decent comparison when tested back to back. So it could be that the dyno was off or something like that.
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Then everyone on the web page would be wrong too...:
http://www.idahobombersforum.com/eve...9-07/index.htm

This was the group I ran with... As for my 3 run they were done in a row... Stock run (Edge Comp OFF) 228/462, Edge Comp (5x5) 381/826 and 379/831...

381-228 = 153 Difference...

As for double checking the HP number its very close... I got a ScanGauge II the calculates the HP number on the fly... I normally can hit roughly 360-380 without any problems...

Here is the page for the tool...
http://www.scangauge.com/

Here is the page to program the tool...
http://www.scangauge.com/support/horsepower.shtml

I need to get a more current pic but here is a burred shoot of me trying at the begin of winter and broke loose and start spining on the highway... The highway was just sprayed with de-icer too... Very dumb...

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Hpr (Horsepower Rating) 302 HP


Later on when I remember to I pack the camera and try for a good 390 HP run...:evil:

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I'm just saying that sounds a little high to me. Maybe a decent number at the flywheel, but pretty high for the rear wheels. But I could be wrong. I'm also curious because a guy on that page, with a similar set up to yours but with 90hp sticks only made 17hp more. I'm really not trying to be a ****, this just doesn't make much sense to me.
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