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Re: SCT/TSX 6.7 tuning on the dyno

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THis truck is going to DESTROY the 6.4. I think this whole "running out of air" thing is a bunch of BS.

have you looked at your turbo?
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have you looked at your turbo?
Not hating on the 6.7 by any means cuz I want one....

I just think a turbo swap / Procharger etc is gonna be needed to get it done.





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Re: SCT/TSX 6.7 tuning on the dyno

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THis truck is going to DESTROY the 6.4. I think this whole "running out of air" thing is a bunch of BS.
So the tuners are just gonna make that up? Even if they did, which im pretty sure they wouldnt, it would be an excuse = they arent getting much more out of it.. I do, however, think that the 6speed makes up for some of the numbers

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Re: SCT/TSX 6.7 tuning on the dyno

I remember the 6.4 being at 510-520 and people saying it wasn't going to be possible to get any more out of it because it lacked fuel. One guy specifically argued with me that even nitrous wasn't going to gain anything because "it lacked extra fuel". A few months later there was magically more to be had on stock fuel pump and injectors and spray did make a big difference.

I think it's way to early to make any assumptions on what is possible with this motor. For all those stating that the turbo lacks capacity, have you actually seen a flow chart for this turbo. I haven't, I'm just asking if anybody has seen actual proof.
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have you looked at your turbo?

Yes I have. Just remember the wise words of your mother "big things come in small packages".

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Re: SCT/TSX 6.7 tuning on the dyno

Have you guys seen the little single Duramax turbo? With EFI live tuning and a lift pump they aren't far behind the 6.4's. (If you have a tranny to hold it)
You don't need twinz to make the power, although it's probably gonna smoke a tad...

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Re: SCT/TSX 6.7 tuning on the dyno

Saw this last night.

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That's pretty tough!!!

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Yeah looks like that thing was running out of air huh? Hahaha!!!

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Yeah looks like that thing was running out of air huh? Hahaha!!!
You did actually read that it was a nitrous run didn't you? I'm not buying that there isn't enough air just like I didn't buy that the 6.4 didn't have enough fuel, but that dyno run proves nothing that we didn't know already. Nitrous is an easy way to make power on a diesel.
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