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Finally got a few runs in tonite. Cool air and a head wind. Good track prep. No tire spin at all. With the only mods being a cold air kit and catback exhaust we ran 13.46, 13.38, 13.53, 13.38 and hit a 13.29 @ 103 on the last run with a 1.96 60 ft.

Not bad for a really big truck.
 

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Very Nice :D

Thats definitly not bad for a 5500 lb. truck ;) ...J/W, what was your launch speed?
 

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The best launch technique is to left foot brake it then floor it. The converter will only flash to 25-2800 rpm. Wait to flash the converter till the yellows come up. 22psi in the tires and a good warmup on the tires helps.
 

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Nacho Eater said:
The best launch technique is to left foot brake it then floor it. The converter will only flash to 25-2800 rpm. Wait to flash the converter till the yellows come up. 22psi in the tires and a good warmup on the tires helps.
For best results, dont forget that it helps to feed the driver a good plate of nachos prior to racing.
 

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John Hennessey said:
Finally got a few runs in tonite. Cool air and a head wind. Good track prep. No tire spin at all. With the only mods being a cold air kit and catback exhaust we ran 13.46, 13.38, 13.53, 13.38 and hit a 13.29 @ 103 on the last run with a 1.96 60 ft.

Not bad for a really big truck.
John, do you have the full numbers from that last run? I'm interested to see those to compare. It was obviously getting out of the hole better, but MPH was the same so your torque must be way up with those two bolt ons.
 
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