Yes, lift pump(s) and a trans/converter would help your times. I hope your 60 gal RDS tank wasn't full too because that would have had a big effect on your times also.
My truck, before the lift pumps, ran pretty consistently around the 9 second mark at 75 mph in the 1/8th. That was also with a stock transmission and nothing removed from the truck on stock tires with 60' times around the 1.9 range. I can't say for your truck, but I'm sure the pumps will help me because it was falling on it's face on the big end with the edge turned up all the way. Hopefully I'll be able to get a good transmission before the summer, but if not I'll have one by this time next year for sure.carcrafter22;1557169; said:no it was empty and the main tank was only a little over 1/4 full. Those are the things that I thought would make up the difference, but do you think this would make that big of a difference? Also what are your opinions on my times on a completely stock truck? Thanks, and keep em coming
Yeah, I'm sure my clutches are looking pretty bad, but I'll run it for a while longer anyway. If I limp it I'll turn the Juice down a little. I'm going over to the desert this summer, so if i don't have a built trans before then I'll be able to do it when I get back for sure.IdahoRob;1573421; said:Remember guys, you don't need to have it limp to be hurting the trans.
My 04lly never limped in stock form and I never ran anything over a predator on 100hp. Upon disassembly at 5000 miles, the clutches were hurt pretty bad.
On my first built one in the 04, it never limped either after running major sh!t through it and upon disassembly the clutches/steels were fried.
Just a reminder, nothing is free