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Old 03-08-2013, 03:25 AM   #61
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Good stuff! Update us how it acts afterword please!!

Sounds like a nice set up!

CMR updates your tune via email if need be?!
Any idea of the hp/tq your putting down??
Will do. Hopefully soon
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I'm a member of ramforumz! Sorry I don't have a lot of input for that generation of Ram. I have done quite a lot of modding to my goat. I don't see how a new PCM would be any better than the stock with a custom cmr tune written for it. Here's the specs on mine....

2007 Dodge Ram 1500 2wd Quadcab 5.7 hemi w/3.92 rear gears.
- Comp Cams XFI 260H-13
- Diablosport Predator Tuner w/ Custom CMR Tune
-Composite BFI Intake with AMSOIL synthetic dry filter
- Fastman Ported Throttle Body
- BBK Shorty Headers
-14" Magnaflow
-Doug's Headers 3" Electric Cutout
- NGK spark plugs
- Sonnax 545RFE Trans Line Booster
-Jet 180* Tstat
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I just joined today ill be posting soon. Is there an app for the ram forum?
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Good stuff! Update us how it acts afterword please!!

Sounds like a nice set up!

CMR updates your tune via email if need be?!
Any idea of the hp/tq your putting down??
The performance shop where I had my cam done is a Diablo Sport certified tuner. They wrote the tune for my truck. Yes I know exactly what I'm putting down at the rear wheels. 309 hp/337 torque. These are the numbers at the rear wheels not the crank. As you know dodges lose about 23% from the crank to the rear wheels. The factory stated 345 hp equates to 265 at the rear wheels (confirmed by dyno) So that equates to around 401 hp and 437 tq at the crank. Let me tell you it has plenty of balls to get up and go now as well as pull my travel trailer.



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http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h341/jeffreypaul51/e2d85dac.mp4
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I just joined today ill be posting soon. Is there an app for the ram forum?
No app for that forum. Very frustrating!
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No app for that forum. Very frustrating!
Well that sucks
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The performance shop where I had my cam done is a Diablo Sport certified tuner. They wrote the tune for my truck. Yes I know exactly what I'm putting down at the rear wheels. 309 hp/337 torque. These are the numbers at the rear wheels not the crank. As you know dodges lose about 23% from the crank to the rear wheels. The factory stated 345 hp equates to 265 at the rear wheels (confirmed by dyno) So that equates to around 401 hp and 437 tq at the crank. Let me tell you it has plenty of balls to get up and go now as well as pull my travel trailer.

http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h341/jeffreypaul51/e2d85dac.mp4
Hell yeah! That's awesome!!! Nice #'s!!!!
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Hell yeah! That's awesome!!! Nice #'s!!!!
Thanks! I love this truck! Here's a clip of it on the dyno last summer....

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One comment on cam selection, and engine building in general: decide what you are building for and work from there. If you are building a rock crawler, or trail creeper that will operate primarily at low rpm, big valves in aluminum heads, ported/polished throttle bodies, bigger injectors, and bigger exhaust systems can be a waste of money, and in some cases actually hurt power generation in the power band you need to use.

Before you spend a lot of money spend some time researching.

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