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12 Second Crew Cab 4x4

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The track finally opened at Indy last night for the first Test and Tune of the season. The track was hopping with people, but the air was good with 60 degree ambients and a bit of a tailwind down the track. Anyway, I managed to get 4 passes in and was really impressed with the results:

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12 second, full weight crew cab 5.3 on factory goodyears. Definitely pulls off the sleeper look!

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Nice

 

 

 

 

Ryan

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Great times, how did you launch?

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All launches are locked 4hi off the foot brake. As the night progressed I built more and more RPM into the launch, but I am already starting to spin. Better tires would help, and a converter would help too.

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Great stuff!

12.7 seconds @ 109 mph in a truck lol

 

The 2015 Vette in this video did 12 seconds @ 117 mph

 

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Wow!

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That was the question i got all night. But the details are in my signature.

Can't see when your on tapatalk or mobile

 

 

Ryan

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PRC Stage 1 LS6 heads with a 219/234 BTR spec'd cam along with BTR platinum dual springs and titanium retainers. That is on top of the factory 5.3 which has obviously been DOD deleted. All of it is capped off with a Roush TVS1900 with the 3.3 upper pulley and 10% overdrive lower pulley to make around 10 psi of boost. For exhaust, I have a Corsa sport dual rear exit behind catless Kooks 1 7/8" long tube headers. Fuel system is swapped to the complete pump and injector system of a 6.2 flex fuel truck. Plugs are swapped for BR7EFs and Taylor wires are used to help clear the headers. All tuned by Blackbear performance on 93 octane.

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That's pretty wild.

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It sounds like a lot, but it really took me less than a week to do all of the install work if you put it all together. I have a build thread with pictures of the whole process.

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That is sweet. Looks like I have been dethroned my best was a 12.92 @ 105mph in my 2014 6.2l crew cab Denali. Excellent job

What was the cost for this setup? Is yours a 2014 also?

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