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Ronnie have you ever had you tune tweaked ?
IIRC Travis put down that with a stock turbo. Don't get me wrong that's some good number but I think you can get a little more out of it.
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well i dynoed on a hot day and dyno had no cooling fan and no i havent had the tunes tweaked gotta email jody about that i like the tuned as i can hold 40 psi wot with 1250 degrees
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also on that same day hooked to a sled for the first time and pulled 243 foot got 11th outta 42
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I think you could knock on the door of 400hp
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Hey Ronnie! Missed you at RRE, what happened?
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Thanks for sharing those numbers Ronnie. That kinda verifies where I thought I was at for hp and torque with mine as its pretty much the same as yours. I figured I was close to 400 and 750, I'd like to get on a dyno someday too. Have you put any head studs in yours?
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Iv definitely looked into head studs. Swamps has a set of studs that's supposedly the best out there and theyre the same price as ARP. Pushrods and springs shouldn't be a huge hole in my pocket either so Ill look into it. All this will definitly keep with my "reliability" theme.
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Push rods are around 120 bucks. Springs are around 100
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That's chump change compared to a $2600 rebuild kit, $1500 chip and injectors, and $1200 turbo lol
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How about bellowed up-pipes? Are they worth the trouble?
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The S366 kit has bellowed uppipes in it if you go that way.
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Might as well go s366 cause by the time you'd buy a d66 and bellowed uppipes you could buy the s366 kit and have a few bucks left for beer
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Hey guys, I have 2 near identical threads going on here so I started a build thread! We can continue this conversation over there. And I want to send a huge thanks to everyone who has responded!

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/12...l#post13373462
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Thanks for sharing those numbers Ronnie. That kinda verifies where I thought I was at for hp and torque with mine as its pretty much the same as yours. I figured I was close to 400 and 750, I'd like to get on a dyno someday too. Have you put any head studs in yours?
no studs in mine one day i will put em in
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