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So I went to Walmart this morning, saw this 08 Ford behind me, pull up to the next light he's beside me, looking at me and laughing. Kids gotta be like 19-20, I could see the SCT tuner on the dash and I just chuckled to myself. So the light turns green and he flogs it, I let him have that win to the next light so now he's laughing his off, ok enough of this, next light, 5psi boost launch I break em loose, finally hooks and he's trying to catch up, dude just keeps getting smaller and smaller in the mirror, so here I am at him at the next light. Even with a slipping tranny, the Predator on 100horse and only a 5psi launch an SCT Powerjoke cant hang. Just thought I'd share the highlight of my day with all the rest of the Cummins lovers
2003 H.O. 2500 Quad Cab Auto, 5 inch straightpipe, B.H.A.F. Edge Juice w/Attitude, Airdog 150, Boost elbow, Silencer ring MIA, Autometer Phantom Pyro, Boost, and Trans gauges.
I need to show this to my buddy he think's the 6.4 is a god!
05 white quad cab short bed g56 6 speed, 2nd gen manifold 62/71/13!!! 4" pipe, modified k&n intake and smarty beta!!! Airdog 150, SB 3600# DD!!! Dipricol pryo, boost, fuel, quad rp, leveled with AR dale jr black cannon wheel's an 33's...
the 6.4 is a hunk of SH**T it catches on fire check it out.... FoundryMusic.Com Media: Tailpipe Fire In 2008 Ford Pickup Truck ford cant get it right man since 03 they SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!! 7.3 was good but even then. Why doesnt 6.7 cummins catch on fire with the new emissions??? friggin for d Fix or Repair Daily Fire On Rearend Daily and screw that little F*G his daddy prolly bought that truck for him for getting good grades. Hell end up wrapping that truck around a pole
07 5.9 2500 LB, Mineral GrayICEBOX,Smarty Jr.,Nittos 20" Moto Metal 951,HUSHPowered Thanks to Wally @ FTE Diesel www.ftediesel.com :thumbsup
Last edited by danecoast; 02-03-2008 at 04:07 PM.
Reason: adding sutff
As part of their "Pickup Truck of the Year" thing (a joke if you ask me) Fourwheeler tested a 08 6.4 F250 Ext Cab and a 08 6.7 2500 Quad Cab Dodge along with a few other trucks - the 6.7 was faster in both the 1/4 mile and 0-60 than the F250, both were 4x4s the Dodge was listed as being 700lbs heavier. They commented that F250 had a difficult time hooking up.
07.5 2500 - 4x4 - faster than a few things slower than many others.
Theres a boy around town that's got a 6.0 powerchoke thinks it's kings of the hill. He just hasn't been out the same time i've been yet. but the day will come. The 6.4 gets horrible fuel mileage. And sounds like its gonna blow up when you punch it to the floor.
01,2500,shortbed,4x4,6spd,SBC dual disk, PS 62/12 over s400, 220 sticks Edge juice with attitude,
i had some kid in one of my classes tell me to pull the cummins badge off the ol computer. naturally i assumed he was a powerjoke guy and he said yes, so naturally i figured he was a 6 liter guy as well, he said yes. i asked him if he wanted to drop chains (even though my rig is only 2wd) or go run em and naturlly he declined. for some reason all these sourstroke guys will talk a big game and not do anything about it. they know what the right motor is in their heart i guess. hell i had better luck gettin a buddy of my with a trail blazer SS showin some testicular fortitude.
97 2wd extended cab 3500, 5 spd, #11 plate, 370's, full cut DV's, 38 psi, south bend dual disc clutch.
Last edited by bigstelone; 02-03-2008 at 06:20 PM.
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