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Old 03-12-2010, 04:40 PM   #1
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Question idi horsepower

was wondering if you guys could tell me how much hp your getting out of your naturally aspirated 6.9 and 7.3. this is not really helpful to me in any way i have just always been curious as to how much hp the old idi motors are capable of without a turbo or with i don't care lol
 
Old 03-12-2010, 05:32 PM   #2
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These results are rear wheel SAE horsepower numbers achieved on TS Performance's SuperFlow dynometer during the 2009 IDI Weekend in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and represent a large cross section of truck models and styles. Some Powerstroke engines are listed for comparison. Most were modified.

Name - Horsepower - Torque in ft/lbs

Non turbo results
John Herbert 143.9 261.3
Marnin Gehman 137.4 257.1
Heath Sutton 123.2 218.7
Matthias Agne 108.8 229.1

Turbo results
Heath Sutton- DPS inj 185.1 404.0
Heath Sutton MM's 178.7 387.9
Joe Perry 172.5 313.6
Suzi Agne 151.9 284.2
Steve Reitner 150.0 300.3
Chris Barber 148.7 278.8
Jared Whitmer 136.0 304.1

Powerstrokes
Gary Russell 302.8 557.2
Aric Hornsby 301.9 543.7
Bonnie Young 181.8 373.3

Hope that helps......

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Old 03-13-2010, 03:19 PM   #3
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it definatly helps thanks alot
 
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was wondering if you guys could tell me how much hp your getting out of your naturally aspirated 6.9 and 7.3. this is not really helpful to me in any way i have just always been curious as to how much hp the old idi motors are capable of without a turbo or with i don't care lol
im not 100% sure exactly how much the idi can handle but im pretty sure that they can handle up to 400hp/450hp farely safe however thats about max before you have to do mods to th actual block. but i do know they push approx. 180hp and 315lbs-ft of torque factory. hope this helps you a little
 
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they aint the biggest power house motor and aint fast by no means, but if you want somthen that is a work horse get 4.10's with a 6.9 or 7.3 idi and you got a pretty good peice of equipment
 
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