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If it's the same as the Black Maxx H&S told me it's just more fuel. Aggressive turbo tuning on all of them, just more fuel.
2008 Dodge Ram 2500 6.7L - S&B CAI, Shibby Stage 2 w/TV delete, EGR and DPF vanished, muffler delete, Black Maxx, TCM tune from MHP. 450 hp 950 lb.ft on the dyno. Check my YouTube page for the video. http://www.youtube.com/user/ThePicturesAreAlive
I can't tell you exactly what the "difference," is so to say in the Wild, Mild, and hott damn. But I can tell you there is a huge difference in the injection timing between Hot Damn and the others, there is A LOT more fuel, and way...way more power. I didn't really notice this until I got my MiniMaxx, and had it on the Stock175, then I went to the Mild 175, then the Hot Damn 175...All I can say is wow, I turned it down to the 120... I was not ready for the Hot Damn tune again, and the wet pavement didn't help me with trying it out again.
2006 Ram 3500 DRW G56- Trailer dolly
2008 Ram 2500 QCSB AT- Puller. Trailer Queen.
Looking for 10-12 RCLB to make street/drag truck.
The H&S custom tunes all "hit" a little different. The top Horsepower numbers will be the same if you put them on a dyno, but the power "under the curve" will be different. Top numbers are limited mostly on the 6.7 by the small factory turbo. Thus we can't get much over 175 hp. But that doesn't mean we can't hit that 175hp and maximum torque lower down in the RPM range. You will see a bit more smoke and feel a lot more "grunt" on the higher tunes. The peak 175hp gain on our tuner is merely that, a dyno number that you will RARELY ever drive at. Most driving and even racing is done way before this peak power point, at points where we may gain even MORE than 175hp over where the factory was at that given RPM.
Hope this makes sense, just want to note that the peak numbers that horsepower tuners give is in reality a very small part of the whole picture of tuning. I can build a tune that is 175 peak horsepower over stock, but will be no faster than stock on a track. And just the oppisite, build one that is less peak horsepower than stock, but be faster on the track than stock. It is all about horsepower under the curve and the entire RPM range, not just peak numbers on a dyno. Food for thought!
That makes sense! I guess i will have to try the mild out and see how much of a difference there is.. I tried the aggressive turbo tuning and that thing spools quick.... I love my XRT and plan on buying a tranny tuner from H&S when it comes out..
Back to basics, 1994 Cummins 4" straight pipe, 5 speed w/splitter. Needs more airwww.rollinsmokediesel.com
1981 Volkswagen Rabbit 1.6 Naturally aspirated Diesel 50+mpg (Commuter Car)
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