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I made 404 HP and 893 ft TQ with 60hp nozzles intake exhaust and edge comp with hot unlock. Iv switched chips and now am running the quad with ard and should be 450 or more truck pulls way harder with this chip, with that said the HP you are looking for will be getting close to the danger zone for your Trans and head gasket as I have had to do both on my truck. Head gasket would last longer then the Trans so just some other things to keep in mind. As said before first thing a airdog or FASS fuel system and gauges!
01 Ram, Built BD trans w/revmax stage 4 converter, 4.5" lift 35's on 20's hx35 swap, afe torque tube, fass150/95, QUADZILLA W/ADR and V2, 60hp nozzles, ARP 425 studs. BIG thanks SYSKIYOU DIESEL PERFORMANCE! Dyno'd 404hp & 900ft lbs
The Following User Says Thank You to S.O.L.I.D crew For This Useful Post:
Thanks guys for all your input Ill take care of tranny first I have plenty
experience with these trannys moving 15 - 20,000 pounds 100s of thousands of miles. Just very little with 24v cummins up grades.
Again thanks and keep the input coming.
Its sounding easier than I expected and this truck will not be towing heavy
its just for me
1990 RAM 350 reg cab fleet side almost 800.000 miles.,1993 RAM 350 ex cab,dualy 234k, 1997 RAM 3500 ex cab dually 298.000 all stock. 2001 Ram 2500 2wd 130.000 no mods yet
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