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post #341 of 501 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 05:34 AM
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Damn solid man.

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Awesome man. Hope mine will run that fast, but I doubt it. Did you weigh the truck?

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So close you can taste it! Awesome that it runs that consistent.


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Seriously every single run was trapping 83 in the 1/8 and 103.5 in the 1/4. I think it could use some more fuel honestly. Gives a little puff at launch in first gear and thatís it

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Awesome man. Hope mine will run that fast, but I doubt it. Did you weigh the truck?

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You headed out at all this year? I would think the older cab and interior is a little lighter. I never threw it on the scales. Really the only thing I dropped for weight was the spare tire.

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Thatís awesome man! Making me want to drop the money on a y bridge kit now. Iím about to start tearing mine down in a couple weeks for the CP3 and full delete. Congrats!


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post #347 of 501 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 08:07 AM Thread Starter
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Dude I was so back and forth on it. You have to remove the factory bridge and everything for the cp3 anyways. Just go for it, it’s honestly 10x easier putting back together than the factory stuff.
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Seriously every single run was trapping 83 in the 1/8 and 103.5 in the 1/4. I think it could use some more fuel honestly. Gives a little puff at launch in first gear and thatís it

Thanks joe

You headed out at all this year? I would think the older cab and interior is a little lighter. I never threw it on the scales. Really the only thing I dropped for weight was the spare tire.

Thanks mike!

Thanks! You got yours running yet?
I need to up my game now.

Still have hopes to click off a low 13 second slip at full weight with a stock trans.

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I need to up my game now.

Still have hopes to click off a low 13 second slip at full weight with a stock trans.
LML trans is a different ball game. But Iím a little bit heavier than you, I seen a crew cab short bed 15 with spare removed and it was 7780 on the scales. With that weight and my mph I should be putting about 590 to the wheels
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LML trans is a different ball game. But Iím a little bit heavier than you, I seen a crew cab short bed 15 with spare removed and it was 7780 on the scales. With that weight and my mph I should be putting about 590 to the wheels
Yes it is for sure.

I want to say Iím at 7300-7400 with my fatass in it.

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