Well after a long painful, trip from hell to Sheid's so Chris could get some pictures taken for some small diesel mag, looks like it was all worth it in the end cause this was the end result! Congrats buddy!
I tried to dyno it once. Most I got was like 280hp. :hehe: It just doesn't like to dyno. Track time calculators are better real world calculators anyway. Et calculator says 7340# at a 12.689 1/4 mile time (105.6mph) is 589hp at the wheels and 639hp at the crank. The last time it was raced my wife drove. She had a little screw up after the launch so only got a 12.81. However her trap speed was 106.06mph weighing 7410#. (Amy is lighter but all the seats and other stuff were back in. That's 600hp at the wheels and 651hp at the crank. All these were calculated using the Army calculator and a local grain elevator scale. I'm not sure where Mike got 700 at the crank. Makes me look good though!
Does a 12.69 make me the fastest stock block crew cab 7.3? Not trying to toot my own horn or anything. It was brought up and I didn't know. From what I can find I think I am.
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