GooseTuned Gen 3 - Baseline Dyno Runs vs Gen 2 Baseline!

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i got 5.9 0-60 on draggy, have not tested anything else at this point.
 

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This was yesterday. Still stock obviously. 35"s, 4H, Traction off, sport mode.
 

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This was yesterday. Still stock obviously. 35"s, 4H, Traction off, sport mode.
Nothing in the bed? Would have thought a better 0-60. Air temps have been better lately down here.
 

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Does anyone here use e-30 no mpg loss and 94 octane? right now it would be nice to be able to use e-85 tho.
 

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Nothing in the bed? Would have thought a better 0-60. Air temps have been better lately down here.
nothing in the bed, very little slip. I honestly thought that time was pretty good for what i was expecting. be curious to see what other people are getting. Draggy seems to be pretty accurate if not on the conservative side a touch.
 

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This was yesterday. Still stock obviously. 35"s, 4H, Traction off, sport mode.
Run it in 4A such that the fronts don’t contribute any drag due to small difference in diameter. The 4H/L modes are for dirt where the tires slip rather than load the drivetrain.
 

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Does anyone here use e-30 no mpg loss and 94 octane? right now it would be nice to be able to use e-85 tho.

It probably won’t do much power wise. With closed loop fueling it’ll still run pig rich until tuning is available.

You may also get a lean code
 

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Run it in 4A such that the fronts don’t contribute any drag due to small difference in diameter. The 4H/L modes are for dirt where the tires slip rather than load the drivetrain.

I thought the same, then ive heard that 4A under a hard launch can do some harm to the front from the abrupt engaging.. Any truth to that?
 

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4A is more designed for the street - it acts like an AWD where power is sent mostly to the rear until slippage occurs then proportions the power to the front as needed. 4H and especially 4L are not really supposed to be used on the street.
 

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I thought the same, then ive heard that 4A under a hard launch can do some harm to the front from the abrupt engaging.. Any truth to that?

I’m not aware of any “harm”. My truck has 65k miles on it, tuned since ~1500 and still runs [email protected]

The harm is that people repeat things that they’ve heard so often such that it becomes “fact” with zero evidence. Lind of like the entire year of 2021 with Joe Alzheimer’s in office.
 
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