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Old 12-06-2009, 05:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cummins Transplant ?

So I have a 2006 F250 that I am getting ready to start collecting parts to do a cummins transplant. My main question is what motor should I get a 12v 24v or a CR? I was leaning towards a CR but if one or the other would be better I would like to know. The truck is my daily driver, and I tow a 12000lb race car hauler on the weekends. Also I plan on entering in a couple of tractor pulls through out the year. My goal would be to have around 500-600 hp at the rear wheels.
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Old 12-06-2009, 06:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i perfer the 12 valve for its ease to work on dependibility and as i like to say power to wallet ratio
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What would I have to do to a 12v to get that kind of power?
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ok first off start with head studs and oring the head next get you a good set of injector ddp or simalr next on the list is either one big turbo or a good set of twins that depends on how you drive your truck and what you pull ect next is some pump tweaking get a fuel plate and a quality set of delivery valves due to heat water meth is probably a good thing to get not only will it lower your egts but itll give you some good horse power 400 to 500 horse power is easy to achieve getting to that 600 range is going to take some cash flow unless you cheat and use some fun spray and of course get some quality gauges and be perpared to spend about 4500 bucks just to have the tranny live
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