Originally Posted by LTNBOLT
You are right on both counts. More RPM should keep me more in the peak of the power curve (that is key) because the R's drop to about 4000 rpm on the shift.
I just noticed watching the video that the feet keep counting up after I let off the throttle. Good call. I thought since it has a longer distance for the longer time that that was what it was telling me.
Na, I have the same meter so I know what's going on lol. It's good for comparing tunes and is really close to accurate (I'll test this myself in a month or two).
The only run I have done return a 5.10 0-60mph with a full tank of gas. My truck is running super rich and was pulling timing like mad because of detonations
. My 1/4 said like 13.5 at 103.5, but like I said the tune sucks *****. I have yet to try again because of these problems. Once I get a good tune and reduce weight, run a 1/4 tank of gas, drop spare and subs (combined about 400lbs), I see no reason why I shouldn't have significantly lower numbers. I'm thinking mid 4s 0-60 and 12s.
Edit, I forgot, I had my buddies tubular bumper in the back that weights about at least 75 lbs when I did that run.