Originally Posted by garner
So you're saying that when the ram R/T went 13.77 in 0 DA if a 4x4 was next to it it should've gone between 13.8 and 14.0?
And you can adjust torque management with a tuner from diablo sport
Please clarify, I dont recall saying anything about an R/T in this post
Are you refering to a stock R/T with 4.10's and a 2600 stall TC
a stock 4x4 RCSB with a 2300 stall and 3.55 gears ? that weighs 300 pounds more?
No, the difference would be a full second in favor of the R/T
But "If" the RCSB 4x4 had the same 2600 TC and 4.10 gears, and both ran in 2wd
then yes, the difference would be about 3-4 tenths
for every 100 pounds the 4x4 would add a tenth of a second to its ET.
Maybe slightly more due to more drivetrain loss (transfer case, extra driveshaft, two extra front CV shafts...etc.)
However if the track conditions were less than perfect, a 4x4 using awd setting may get a better launch.
I have a friend with an 09 R/T and we ran side by side last fall with the same intake/exhaust and tune
and it was very close when I had my DR's on to make up for the added weight of my 4x4 and shitty 3.55 gears
I've got pic's and time slips posted here already somewhere
My modded 4x4 was a 13.4 Truck converted to 0 DA, 6 months ago
With just a Diablo 93 canned tune, Airaid intake, Magnaflow CatBack and DR's (that was based on a 13.8 run last May at 2500' DA)
Probably a lot quicker now with the new 3000 stall TC , Fastman 85mm TB, Y-Pipe, Volant intake with modified Ram Air, Sonnax
Will find out for sure in a couple weeks
I Have a Diablo Trinity
TM reductions are written into the canned tunes and no,
they are not a seperate adjustment like the Superchips Flashpaq/Cortex
(Yes I've had one of those too)
You can not adjust TM at the user level, only a CMR custom tune can do that.
My CMR Dyno tuner who I bought my Diablo from will be doing my Cam/Tune and maybe even Heads in the Spring
as soon as I get my ARH LT Headers in.