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qtipextra’s 2003 Dodge Durango

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qtipextra’s 2003 Dodge Durango
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Another qtipextra 2003 Dodge Durango post...
  • Nov 15, 2013
10 photos
Another qtipextra 2003 Dodge Durango post...
  • Nov 15, 2013
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  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    270
  • 0-60 Time
    10.5
  • Weight
    -1
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    99 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A

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  • CLARDA
    Oh gotcha, i dunno why its 10 seconds should be atleast 8.5 stock with the big engine, are u using the stock catelytic Converter? i know when i straight piped mine it knocked off about 1.5 seconds to 60 cause with the new intake it was causing a "clog" i guess you could say and the exhuast coulndt handle all of the power goin out the back
  • CLARDA
    oh i noticed wheel spin thats probaly why ur 0-60 is slower, i got Wrangler RT/S tires with alot of tred and i hold the break and pop it into 4wd, never spins, takes off like a rocket
  • CLARDA
    yeah i did some custome stuff to including, Modifying the IAT Sensor timing, logicaly this can add upto 50 more hp but i didnt count on that, the muffler and straight piping helped a bit also +30 about, teh intake actualy added 23 HP, i had it Dyno'd at my grandpas shop he works on cars and stuff he keeps tellin me " dont get anything to make that go faster boi" yeah dyno'd at 315 which is like 80+ more or somthing which makes sense i guess, i alwasy use 93 octane + octane booster and thers a big difference in kick, if i shift it manualy i can get the 0-60 to 6 seconds flat, pretty nice.... more pics soon
  • CLARDA
    dude nice ride, i got the exact same thing but a different color, i also got the chrome intake, get urs on ebay also? lol, i dont think ur 0-60 time is right 10 seconds is wayyyy to long, mine takes well under 7
  • PokeyRT
    That is one clean looking audio install. Very impressive. That is the first head unit install that actually looks good. Checked out your build log and that amp rack is awesome. Like how you kept access to the "trunk". Check out my Durango when you get a chance. Haven't done any audio work just been working in the engine compartment and on a V-10 I am planning on dropping into it.
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