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16.5 to 16.8
 

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4x4 or 2wd?
 

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Being that Houston area tracks seem to run fast
times I will say 15.8. That is if the temp is under
80 deg and your a 4X2 running 3.92 gears.
 

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mid-low 16's.
 

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if he runs in 2wd he will get high 15's i ran 15.2's with just an intake on a totally stock 2wd reg cab
 

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hard to make a prediction without some more info.... wheels????

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Great reaction times with very little wheel slip and you should be around 15.9's
 

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Well that's true but wheel slippage will sure have an effect on e.t.'s. I have seen stock QC's run as fast as 15.6's depending on air temps, humidity, etc. and upwards of mid 16's. So a darn good run I will still estimate at 15.9 it will be interesting to see who of us actually gets close to his best run time.
 

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well i can tell you that my truck rins a 16.6 year round here in el paso. i have a 6.1 cam long tube headers dual exhaust and a cai. so there you have it the elevation here sucks.
 

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Ram3500Dually said:
16.5 to 16.8
I hope you aren't a betting man, because I would take that bet all day long lol. No way he runs that time - even stock. I say high 15's at worst.
 

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sandiegohemi said:
I hope you aren't a betting man, because I would take that bet all day long lol. No way he runs that time - even stock. I say high 15's at worst.
Don't bet the bank on that. What kinda experience does he have? I will stick with my original prediction. Mid to high 15's is with SC and a CAI as seen in a ton of signatures on this very board.
 
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