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just wondering if any one out there runnin the adrenaline also has done some sled pullin with it? got any data logs that you can show to see how it is performing and what your mod's are?
Your adrenaline is doin that?I was just curious how it held pressure after 15-20 sec of wot. I know mine started with good pressure but by the end of the pull i am down around 22-2300
I believe mine is programmed out but i still wanna be able to hold the 28-2900 that my tuning calls forThat is lameoke: I like to know if something is not right.
that sounds good doubt i would see much different pullin thenI dont sled pull but mine does fine with 15-20 sec of WOT.:ford:
Thanks but i think that the info i got so far is good. I just had not heard anyone commenting on how there pressure was holding up after like 20-30 secs of WOT so didn't know if once the RPM got up if it was still able to maintain pressure or if it dropped off after that. A 0-60 run is way diff then 20 sec of wot.Your adrenaline is doin that? No stock HPOP
I have a sticky IPR (new one is in a box in the backseat) but I'm well over 3k before I'm out of first gear, and hold about 3100 through 2nd.
Might be a week or two before I pull again, but I can go nail it through 1st and 2nd gear if you wanna see that.
You don't look at the EGT gauge when you are in competition. Trust me you don't want to know what it is doing most of the time. Here is a data log of one of my races from a few weeks ago.15 sec wot no load vs heavy load would be different I would guess.
But I would also guess egts will shut you down pretty quick in a more mild class.
Then again I don't pull sleds just trailors.
that was one reason that i asked about sled pullin data logs...... plus i believe there is a big difference in the load on the engine and how it operates when pullin 30k+ sledsI can't imagine anywhere besides sled pulling where you would be holding full throttle for so long.
Someone mentioned holding their truck full throttle for 20 seconds on the street... well that must be one slow truck.