SRT10 Forum banner

1 - 19 of 19 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,494 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
I was up at RSI today and they had a new throttle body they wanted to test on the truck. Of course I said yes. I'd expect larger gains on a modded engine.
 

Attachments

·
Registered
Joined
·
2 Posts
9 seconds, those are wonderful numbers. I am especially impressed with the gain the throttle body gave through the entire range of the powerband. Good luck and happy modding!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
6 Posts
Nice HP #'s not overly impressed by the tq that that big sucker is putting out though. Sweet truck and I look forward to pairing off against one.

A very mildly modded silver 02' L on NLOC from TX says he had a run in with a SRT-10 and was able to hang rather well.

If any new owners are in the Carolinas please luck us up at www.nloc.net under the CLOC section of local chapters. Would love to have a match with another true factory perfomance truck.

Later, Jimmy
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
10 Posts
BlownSVT said:
.
If any new owners are in the Carolinas please luck us up at www.nloc.net under the CLOC section of local chapters. Would love to have a match with another true factory perfomance truck.

Later, Jimmy
Nice numbers. [email protected] trucks are going to be hard to handle once you start modding them. I second Jimmy's post above. I don't have a Lightning, but I've got its little brother, and there is nothing little about my trucks perfromance. Look us up.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Pretty good numbers, although the torque is making me giggle a little bit.
But i guess that's just me, too much dieselfuel in the blood.
Here is a pic of my dyno
 

Attachments

·
Registered
Joined
·
3 Posts
Go Juicy Go Juicy Go.................................... :cool:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
18 Posts
Too true man, juice already makes wild TQ numbers on the lil 360 (one guy posted he just dynoed and got 169 at the wheels with a 100 shot on his R/T) - The V10 loves it even more than the 5.9!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Actually the dyno graph i posted is from my duramax diesel.... no C3H8 or N2O just diesel. My friends Cummins is over 750 RWHP and IIRC 1800 lbs of torque. Not too bad for a couple of coal burners!

Bring on the Lightnings!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3 Posts
Well I'll be honest, I only made 285.9HP but I have what some would call tourqes maxxamas at 786 this is with a 5.9 Cummins on straight Diesel.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3 Posts
Stock NV4500 5speed tranny handles it fine, the stock clutch on the other hand has seen it's better days, time to get a South Bend Con OFE 13' should hold up to 450 horsepower & 1000 ft. lbs. of torque. that would be up from the stock 12.25" that wont even hold the 285.9hp and 786tq that I had before the latest BOMBs I have done, biger injectors and biger turbo, I should be around 350~400hp and 1000~1200tq I don't know yet Have not dynoed since the new BOMBs.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
TSDuke said:
Yeah, there is no doubt that diesels can put down some VERY STRONG numbers!! What kind of tranny modifications are you making to handle all that torque?
Going to DTT for a performance Allison transmission.

something to be said about a stock tranny that lives for 2 years with over 400hp.
Sadly when 500+ was pushed a few too many times she is starting to slip.
Oh well, you play...YOU PAY!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
18 Posts
Signature 600

TSDuke said:
Yeah, there is no doubt that diesels can put down some VERY STRONG numbers!! What kind of tranny modifications are you making to handle all that torque?
Great question... most of the heaviest diesel upgrades come with a little computer box that actually displays transmission slip rate to you can judge just how much you are killing your transmission.

If you want big power numbers, look up the Cummins Signature 600 (Commercial engine) it dumps like 2500ft-lbs and (duh) 600hp, and will continue to put out like that for about a million miles.

There is always someone bigger or faster... but as long as you are having fun, it's all good.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Roadrunner said:
Great question... most of the heaviest diesel upgrades come with a little computer box that actually displays transmission slip rate to you can judge just how much you are killing your transmission.

If you want big power numbers, look up the Cummins Signature 600 (Commercial engine) it dumps like 2500ft-lbs and (duh) 600hp, and will continue to put out like that for about a million miles.

There is always someone bigger or faster... but as long as you are having fun, it's all good.

True enough, but that engine would not fit in a pickup truck!
And computer boxes only take you so far, then it is time for a bigger turbocharger and sticks (injectors)
Most of us already have the requisite 4" SS exhaust and intake bolt on stuff done....one member goes 11.79 on a single turboes cummins with an auto tranny. HVAC's (R.I.P.) Red Rocket is now owned by a NWBomber and is capable of crushing the quartermile in under 11 seconds.....10.08 to be precise
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
nice

Damn, pretty effecient drivetrain. That throttle body mod was well worth what ever you paid for it. Interested to see some new mods come out on these trucks so see where it put them. I'd like to see the torque numbers up on this bad boy to really get it moving off the line.

Nice pulls :D
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
447 Posts
With the conversion, 540CHP (Canadian HP) is about 460 US.
LOL
Just kidding around.

For those looking to tow a boat or trailer with their SRT-10, maybe they should give Juice a call. Sounds like he could tow the SRT-10, the boat, the camper trailer, the ATVs....:)
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Kevan said:
With the conversion, 540CHP (Canadian HP) is about 460 US.
LOL
Just kidding around.

For those looking to tow a boat or trailer with their SRT-10, maybe they should give Juice a call. Sounds like he could tow the SRT-10, the boat, the camper trailer, the ATVs....:)

544 RWHP using a 18% driveline loss amounts to 642 crankshaft HP.
I did ask someone in the know how much giggle gas it would take to convert all that smoke into more HP and the answer given was a 250 hp shot!

But i want to go as far as i can on straight #2.... and i have added an upgraded comp juice for another 35-45 hp gain. Then it will be time for a bigger turbo or compounded turbos, bigger injectors and then a box (triple stacked OMG) to raise fuel pressure) that should take me to at least 700+ RWHP

I laugh at trucks on tv...always 1 mfgr's product being showcased... nothing at all about stacking etc.... sheesh.... c'mon guys, grow some nads and show what these diesels are really capable of! :rolleyes:
 
1 - 19 of 19 Posts
Top