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Bisimoto tuning of boosted old school Datsun pickup truck

This is a tuning sweep of a RRated built 1976 Datsun 620 pickup truck, using a Stinger EMS system, on the popular Bisimoto Dynapack. After a partial throttle tune, optimizing fuel and ignition tables, the full throttle sweep gave a fuel system limited 230whp at 240 ft/lbs of peak torque, at 13 psi on the KA24 (1995 Nissan 240SX) engine. With the recommended addtion of a high flowing fuel pump, improved injectors and ideally an addition of an AEM water meth kit, this "old skool" pickup will eclipse the 350whp mark.


 


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