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LOSTCRD

Joined: 18/07/2009 22:51:54
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Location: San Antonio, Texas
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2006 CRD with GDE "HOT" Tune, F37 with crappy stock TC, OME lift with 30" tires

4775# with driver, 67 degrees, 89% humidity, 29.60" barometer

Reaction time: .1780 -- .1078 -- .0371 -- .4064
60 ft : 2.2884 -- 2.2240 -- 2.2577 -- 2.2708
1/8 mile : 10.5125/64.62 -- 10.3982/64.80 -- 10.5200/63.98 -- 10.4642/64.74
1/4 mile : 16.6148/80.36 -- 16.4628/80.80 -- 16.7034/79.37 -- 16.5615/80.60

2006 Jeep Liberty CRD...OME Lift...ASFIR Aluminum Skids and Steps...

DarbyWalters @ L.O.S.T.
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GreenDieselEngineering
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Joined: 10/07/2009 07:25:47
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Location: Southeast Michigan
Those are some good numbers with the tires you are rolling on! A little brake torque makes for an agressive launch. Don't post this tank's fuel economy numbers...you'll make us look bad! ha ha
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LOSTCRD

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I wonder what the new Turbo Replacement numbers would be?

I actually think the slightly taller tires helped a bit since it still felt like it runs out of wind after 3/4 track...the aero shape just does not lend itself to top end speeds.

2006 Jeep Liberty CRD...OME Lift...ASFIR Aluminum Skids and Steps...

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LOSTCRD

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With 16 runs on that tank of Diesel, I still got 20.15mpg with a lot of rain driving in 4x4 also.

2006 Jeep Liberty CRD...OME Lift...ASFIR Aluminum Skids and Steps...

DarbyWalters @ L.O.S.T.
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