I wasn’t data logging but I was monitoring several pids including KR which never displayed any knock.This may have been covered somewhere else but did you happen to be data logging, or at least get a chance to read all the DTCs off the car afterward? I'd be curious about any clues as to why it gave out. That might be interesting for folks on here.
Yeah that's that new fracture-split technology we have, first they used it for the fractured main bearing caps, this is its first use in transmission mounts.Not sure how it happened or if I can send it back but the trans Mount is definitely snapped off.
So really what is the safe amount of power in the 2.7 after a few years of trial and error.Threw a rod, not uncommon. Usually due to high cylinder pressures under high load low RPM's. Years ago we had a well known tuner that had a 80E tune, guys would be rolling along at 35 mph, and have a rod let go in their 7.3's. Turned out that it was due to, to much injector timing, and high cylinder pressures.
Safe for the motor (I'm assuming you're talking torque, not HP), but what about the tranny? In your experience have the transmissions been holding up to 450-475 in most cases without giving out? I'm tiptoing around that 406 limiter and walking on eggshells a little.450 475 ish