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A local shop had their annual dyno days and I put my truck up there. I was just wondering if bigger tires affect the readings. I have an 07 f250 with 4 inch straight piped exhaust and dj's looney but its sitting on 37 inch mud grapplers. Horse power was around 310 actually 309.8 and torque was right around 800. They didn't give a print off of the whole thing just the horse power reading. oh yeah it was a mustang dyno. What do you guys think?:shrug:
 

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Those big tires and stock gearing are going to eat alot of power. Seems a bit low to me though even with the big tires, but hey I'm not a Ford man either.
 

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I thought the torque seemed pretty high though?!? Also they don't take much time in each truck seeing as how it is free. I wonder with more time he could learn to run it a little better. Also not sure if the tc locks up at the rpm/speed he was at.
 

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Mine made more today, but I have ALOT more mods. In three or four weeks, I'll get results with the new Non-VGT 64MM turbo.

I think those are good numbers for what you've done.
 
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