6.4 tuned vs lb7
So my sister's boyfriend has a 6.4 and just got it tuned ,I believe he said h and s tune 310hp and deleted ,other wise stock. Was wondering what you think my odds of winning against him would be. I know there not slow trucks and are easy to gain hp with. I think my sig has all the info on my truck other then its a single cab. Thanks
Sig didn't show up. But if you don't have a built trans and can't launch in 4wd & he isn't lifted to the sky your gonna have a hard time. My friend has a Spartan tuned 6.4 & it gets down. Its always in the shop but runs good when on the road
K I'll put what I got right now.
Exergy sportsman pump
30 over injectors
Lift pump 165 air dog
Tie rod sleeves
Fully built ppe trans billet everything
Bigger front rear drive shaft with splicer u joints
4in mbrp exhaust
Mbrp down pipe
Torque converter lock
Efi live dsp 5 max effort tube
Turbo has wicked wheel
Merchant motor mounts
And I think it's gear ration is 373
I'll update my sig when my phones not being dumb.
Be a good race for sure. Get a video.
If your not lifted get a DHD centerlink brace. If you are go the cognito route.
Lots to think about when picking a turbo. Do you tow often, give up spool for top end, preference on twins or single, how hard do you want to push stock bottom end, budget? Might have to swap converter to suit turbo selection. I still haven't answered any of those questions myself & hence still have a stock turbo.
Yea exactly what I was thinking about that's why haven't jumped at a turbo yet.
Towing no not really.
Truck pulling I will be doing.
Drags I'll be doing.
I have precision converter.
No preference on single or twin turbo.
I want a good 700 hp range and don't want it to be really laggy or needing it to build boost forever.
If engine blows Id have it done right and build bottom end. For now not worried about it.
S475, 87, 1.0 housing
2500 rpm+ converter
Maybe dual pump depending on how you hold rail pressure
That'll get you close. Definitely walking the thin line of breaking the bottom end.
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