Got the gang to move on out and I started out on the dyno and that's where I found my exhaust leaks.
Here is the Dyno sheet. The lower hp one is the "PMR Tune".
First run of the day. 13.5 @ 99.xx This is full weight right off the street. 7600 lbs.
I broke my serpentine belt during that run and going from 100 mph to 0 with no brakes or power steering is a scary experience!!!!
So I put another one on, and go run again! Here is my 13.0 run. No tailgate, no spare, and no backseat. Probably around 7300-7400 lbs. I hope there is another angle of this run floating around somewhere, I can't wait to see it to show how close this race really was!!! I was shooting a little spray, but it was leaking pretty bad post solenoid so I don't know what size shot I really got.
All in all it was a very fun day and the lesson learned is to make sure your rig is up to snuff before competing in front of so many other diesel heads lol. IE: Be prepared, no exhaust leaks and no leaks in your nitrous lines. I'm nearing my goal and it's feeling great.
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2001 F250 Platinum - 11.62 @ 115.76 on Nitrous
2007 F250 - 10.916 @ 122.86 on Fuel
2005 F450 - Tow Bitch
I vote DI one piece uppies. Or anyone else that makes a one piece unit. Or make it yourself, but regardless, a one piece setup with bellows is the Permanent solution. I was blowing up-pipes left and right. Haven't blown one since. That's been a couple years now I think.
Or go international bellowed pipes, but avoiding any connections between the engine and firewall will make anyone happier. Especially you, since you will be the one back there doing it again if it fails.