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okay lets post some dyno numbers on here with your mods at the time, plz only post if you have dynoed before plz dont turn it into how much hp am i making thread lets stay with the topic lets get them numbers on here
96 cummins suncoast converter, hts race valvebody, 5x14, full cuts, 18 degree timing, no plate, 4gsk, fass fuel system, 66mm turbo, dyno numbers to come in may at ts performace 2011
16*/ 370 marines a little pump work, a toasted tranny and i put down 282/628
97 2500 Ext. Cab Long Bed 2wd Built trans, billet input shaft VB Tripledisc. 4in all the way back, some gauges. 16* timing weightless stickers. 7x.012 slightyl ported oring'd head. ARP's 4kGSK 64/71/.91
I put down 450/975 with a super B single, 140 ddp's, 20* timing, rack plug, AD150, no plate, modded AFC, 4k springs, stock DV's, 4" exhaust, home made Scotty Air
Now I've got a 475 under my super B with a 5" exhaust AFE filter and a little more pump tweaking, haven't had a chance to dyno it with the current setup. I'm gonna see what stock 131 DV's will do then I'm gonna put some 191's in probably.
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cause the person that made it only filled it out to 30*, plus once you start getting into that kind of hp and rpm, they usually upgrade to a timing light since plunger lift is not very accurate anymore.
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