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Not a dyno jet this time those torque numbers are impressive though.
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Love seeing people comparing dyno numbers cause all dynos are calibrated and read the same.
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Love seeing people comparing dyno numbers cause all dynos are calibrated and read the same.
Tuning is magical, of course one tuner can make 50hp more than another, then another tuner make 200torque more than another on a bone stock truck.
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Tuning is magical, of course one tuner can make 50hp more than another, then another tuner make 200torque more than another on a bone stock truck.
Hoping by the end of the day someone gets 650/1600 out of it
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I heard HPT released the l5p tune file today. Haven't had a look but, one thing missing for sure...

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Not a dyno jet this time those torque numbers are impressive though.
That torque peak looks awfully spikey to me.
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That torque peak looks awfully spikey to me.
Yeah I wouldn't be bragging about that tq curve. Doesn't even hold on to power very well.
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Yeah I wouldn't be bragging about that tq curve. Doesn't even hold on to power very well.
I'm not so sure about that. While it doesn't look very nice it does hold above 900 ft/lbs at the end of the graph. With more time, tables and refinement im sure it will get better
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