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Just wanted to know if any tundra owners wants to get their tundra dynoed? There's a planned date for saturday January 15th at Autonomic in Rancho Cordova. For simplicity and time restraints, they are only wanting to do tundras. However, they need a minimum of at least 7 tundras to open their shop on saturday.

Here's Autonomic's website: http://www.autonomicperformance.com

Let me know if you are interested and willing to commit, I believe the cost is going to be about $60 a vehicle if the minimum can be met. It'll include 2 or 3 runs.
 

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Mike, have you dyno'd yours before? I have some baseline numbers, if anyone wants them.

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Post your numbers here, I like to see them. Hp, tq, and @ what rpm, dyno machine type, gears, wheel size, etc. The more info the better, I'm trying to figure what mine is since I don't have a dyno shop I know of around here. I'm guessing I have about 15hp and 20lbtq @ the wheels over stock with small mods.
 

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Peak torque = 271 ft-lbs at 3,400 RPM's
Peak HP = 206 at 4,700 RPM's

Stone stock, 265/70R16's, 3.91's, tested in 3rd gear [O/D locked out], Dynojet model 248C
 

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Murderman said:
Mike, have you dyno'd yours before? I have some baseline numbers, if anyone wants them.

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I don't plan on having mine dynoed. I'm just going to meet everyone else. However, temptation might make me.
 

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Murderman said:
Peak torque = 271 ft-lbs at 3,400 RPM's
Peak HP = 206 at 4,700 RPM's

Stone stock, 265/70R16's, 3.91's, tested in 3rd gear [O/D locked out], Dynojet model 248C
Those are some pretty good numbers for the 4.7

I had my 5.8 dynoed around christmas time on a 248 model I believe. The numbers have gotten larger since the run because I swapped out my intake manifold and throttle body to a 75mm from a 65mm. Oh yeah that was with the stock air box which I replaced. I can't wait to see what forced induction does to it when I get back from the desert. I had to change the intake and stuff because it was choking the upper rpm power.

364 ft-lbs @ 3300 3rd gear, lockup on
286 hp @ 4600
 

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Not sure if I had posted this yet. Here are the graphs of the dyno-runs. Each pic is in the same order of the video.

0. Rick's truck is not on the video. I arrived a little late. http://home.comcast.net/~ponsie-mike/1000Rick_s_Graph.gif

1. http://home.comcast.net/~ponsie-mike/1000Zoomies-graph.gif

2. http://home.comcast.net/~ponsie-mike/1000fastone01-graph.gif

3. http://home.comcast.net/~ponsie-mike/1000herbicidal_s_graph.gif

4. http://home.comcast.net/~ponsie-mike/1000Tundra168-graph.gif

5. Eric's truck is on the video. However, the machine was not getting accurate numbers from his truck.

6.. http://home.comcast.net/~ponsie-mike/1000rlehan-graph.gif

Dyno run video (Video is 7 mins long).
 
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