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post #13 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-04-2007, 02:38 PM
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lol... for a week he says.

i do happen to have MULTIPLE dynos available to me. dynapacks, mustang dynos, dyno dynamics and dynojets... several of them calibrated to 2000hp. i love this part of florida!!!

im going to see about getting an extended/aftermarket warranty for my truck and then try to get all the broke stuff fixed or replaced before i open it up. if i cant get the warranty, i just say screw it and order a plate... and search for extra trannies

but you say a #10 plate is a good all-around starting point for stock trucks? could the pump also benefit from changing out the governor springs? i have noticed that when i get to 2200, the truck starts to lay down and painfully creeps up to 2800. when it upshifts, thats when it feels like it takes off again.

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what part of florida? Yup #10 is a good all around plate and when youget enough air,you can change that plate to a 100 or really go to work and come up with your own grind based on it. A GSK will definitely wake up the pump, I suggest a 4K and leave the inner spring out to make it a 3K until you get the springs to run the 4K, then just put the inner spring back in.

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this is a great write up for people to learn how the fueling on these trucks works. but i have to admit, i would have gone about it another direction. i would go to 181's for dvs and i would have left the 100 and tuned the afc to control the fueling levels. i would bump the boost up a bit more, i had one of mine at 42 lbs for over 60k and it was not terrible with the 370s as far as smoke goes. the afc is a really great thing when setting the fueling curve on these trucks. jim fulmer shower me a set up he used years ago, nothing more than a regulator that you hook up and use it to set the fueling curve of the afc. and you will learn all kinds of things with it. like that a 215 pump afc spring will not compress all the way till 40 pounds of boost. still this is a great write up and i will send many people this way to get some learning.

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i live 30-40 min north of tampa in Spring Hill. if you come over on I-10 and straight down US19, youll run into me.

so, ill have to read more on the governor mods cuz the springs and such are still a little vague to me but ill go ahead and keep in mind your recommendation when it comes time for that.

i figure if i wanted to stick it to the man... i would order a #10 plate, overlay the profile on my stock plate. then i could go ahead and grind down my stock plate to match the profile. ive got a friend who does cryo treating... hopefully thatd alleviate any metal-on-metal wear from the rack/follower... then ill just send back the new plate.

i take it, itll be a whle before i need the DV"s and injectors though... not untill i use a turbo that pushes more air volume?
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