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I'll post a third gear run sometime.
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OH!! He's got a blower? sorry.. my bad!

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358... I don't think so. Do you have it set properly?

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364 hp. and yes I have it set properly... I can make a video if you would like!!!
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I didn't know you had a blower. Sorry..
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How did you get a 150hp increase with just a blower?
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How did you get a 150hp increase with just a blower?
its been done.

a few years ago a couple guys put a M112 on a 4.0 and were breaking close to 400hp when timming chains started going.
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Thats insane. Thats more horsepower than I have stock ahaha
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its been done.

a few years ago a couple guys put a M112 on a 4.0 and were breaking close to 400hp when timming chains started going.
Was it measured on a "real" dyno Zach?
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I took video of mine but I can't upload it from work so it will go up tonight. I think I saw 260 horsepower.
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so tempted to get one right now but I gotta save money for the new wheels and tires... will have to check the balance after all that to see if I have the $150 or whatever it is now lol
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Was it measured on a "real" dyno Zach?
Yes it was.
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Yes it was.
That's good!
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Well this a third gear pull from just under 2000RPM to the 91MPH governor. It's lower than I remember but it still reads too high in my opinion. My truck only has an exhaust and the air snorkel removed. Sorry it's shaky. And yes that is a verified full throttle.

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I personally think it has a lot to do with which transmission you have, but i have no facts to back that.
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How did you get a 150hp increase with just a blower?
I have a k&n CAI, Jba headers, flowmaster 40, sct3, m90 blower..
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I didn't know you had a blower. Sorry..
NP.. I shouldv'e posted my mods...
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I personally think it has a lot to do with which transmission you have, but i have no facts to back that.
When I talked to a guy at scangauge he said that the reading is NET horsepower. I don't think we have 50HP of accessories to drive. Well correct me if I'm wrong.
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I don't know, it says mine has over 200 hp, which on a totally stock motor thats not possible.
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Well mine read 280 but that was using a lower gear.
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I don't know, it says mine has over 200 hp, which on a totally stock motor thats not possible.
Bone stock I was seeing 189hp. With all my mods I'm now in the 240 area depending on DA. (density altitude)

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I have a 3.0 though, I shouldn't have over 150 hp lol
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I have a 3.0 though, I shouldn't have over 150 hp lol
You don't Trent, bottom line, you can't believe the "derived" numbers from a tuner.........
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You don't Trent, bottom line, you can't believe the "derived" numbers from a tuner.........
It's not a tuner.
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I'm not believing it, I'm curious how its figured up.
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It's not a tuner.
My bad, I should have said tuner OR "scangauge"
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