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I wish I could say "I can get a vid" but I cant. This was in 05 when my friends truck was stock and mine was stock. Now I have 33s, and he has a chip, turbo, exhaulst, Water inj, pistons, head work, ect ect ect. He wastes me now.
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thats rite ffjosh but what else is there?dmax and cummins.
powerstroke, detroit, international, what else you want lol
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What you guys arn't getting is you have the older 4.0 engine. There is a big diffrence.

A "STOCK" Diesel is NOT fast

Exhaulst and Chip a Diesel comes alive. But it still isn't fast. I raced a 03 cummins with chip and exhaulst and we where side x side till about 60MPH. Now if he did a 4wd start with boost he would leap ahead pretty fast.
we know theres a ****ing difference

and im still saying a newer ranger has no chance.. even with the SOHC
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we know theres a ****ing difference

and im still saying a newer ranger has no chance.. even with the SOHC
We don't care about you mall Crawlers
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What you guys arn't getting is you have the older 4.0 engine. There is a big diffrence.

A "STOCK" Diesel is NOT fast

Exhaulst and Chip a Diesel comes alive. But it still isn't fast. I raced a 03 cummins with chip and exhaulst and we where side x side till about 60MPH. Now if he did a 4wd start with boost he would leap ahead pretty fast.
I have an 02. Same SOHC as an 06. No difference there and I can't keep up with a diesel

Give me one stock diesel that is not quick off the line? Seems to me they're all pretty decent off the line, at least all the stock diesel's I've had the chance to drive.
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I have an 02. Same SOHC as an 06. No difference there and I can't keep up with a diesel

Give me one stock diesel that is not quick off the line? Seems to me they're all pretty decent off the line, at least all the stock diesel's I've had the chance to drive.
If they build boost in 4wd yes, Boost and 2wd no, no boost no
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powerstroke, detroit, international, what else you want lol
Powerstroke and the international are the same. a 7.3L Powerstroke is the T444E made by Navistar, same company as International. Don't know the model numbers for the 6.0 or the 6.4L, but they're both made by Navistar.

Detroit is the manufacturer of the D-max. So, in essence, there are only 3 producers of light duty diesel's, Cummins, Navistar, and the Duramax.
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For the record, I've raced a stock PSD, a chipped (with the chip off) Cummins, and a stock Duramax, all of which beat me
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Powerstroke and the international are the same. a 7.3L Powerstroke is the T444E made by Navistar, same company as International. Don't know the model numbers for the 6.0 or the 6.4L, but they're both made by Navistar.

Detroit is the manufacturer of the D-max. So, in essence, there are only 3 producers of light duty diesel's, Cummins, Navistar, and the Duramax.
I knew International was part of Powerstroke, I wasn't aware of the Navistar crap. Sounds fimiliar thought.
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We don't care about you mall Crawlers

i dont see you crawlin snow piles between poles

go try sometime, actually try it with a ****ty spotter who tells you that your clear.. then tell me what ****ing happens
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I knew International was part of Powerstroke, I wasn't aware of the Navistar crap. Sounds fimiliar thought.

Yup, Navistar is International
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i dont see you crawlin snow piles between poles

go try sometime, actually try it with a ****ty spotter who tells you that your clear.. then tell me what ****ing happens
Thats why I don't trust anyone but myself lol

Plus I climb real hills
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Thats why I don't trust anyone but myself lol

Plus I climb real hills
I trust 3 people to spot me. Jesse (buddy witht he blue ranger), Larry, (Ranger on Iroks) and Rich (smaller white Ranger)
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back to the Powertroke chain, here's how it goes

Navistar/Powerstoke->International
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Thats why I don't trust anyone but myself lol

Plus I climb real hills
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yea well its all i had to play on.. i climb real **** too, probably steeper **** w/ less troubles too.
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I trust 3 people to spot me. Jesse (buddy witht he blue ranger), Larry, (Ranger on Iroks) and Rich (smaller white Ranger)

well he basically told me "turn this way" then he walked away, to me walking away means your done with the obstacle.... and bam
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Detroit is the manufacturer of the D-max. So, in essence, there are only 3 producers of light duty diesel's, Cummins, Navistar, and the Duramax.

Isuzu is the manufacturer of the Duramax and a stock 06+ D-max will run 14.6 quarter mile times...One with a tuner will burn off 13.9's...Thats hauling.
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i was wondering when Detroit started making the duramax.
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Isuzu is the manufacturer of the Duramax and a stock 06+ D-max will run 14.6 quarter mile times...One with a tuner will burn off 13.9's...Thats hauling.
Thank you on that correction. I had mis-spoken on that. I had head once it was Detroit, but found out last night after I posted it that it was Isuzu.

I have seen the D-Max run a 14.6 at altitude, however they can't tow worth a damn. Buddy of mine has an 06 D-Max, regrets getting it, but isn't about to trade it just yet. Traded a straight piped '00 Z71 Tahoe on it.
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Isuzu is the manufacturer of the Duramax and a stock 06+ D-max will run 14.6 quarter mile times...One with a tuner will burn off 13.9's...Thats hauling.
14.6? Is there some time slips out there? Thats hard to belive
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14.6? Is there some time slips out there? Thats hard to belive
Found on thedieselplace.com

"All generations of the duramax are capable of running 12s with tuning alone."

http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=201475
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Found on thedieselplace.com

"All generations of the duramax are capable of running 12s with tuning alone."

http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=201475
Im looking for stock times. I know a diesel comes alive with mods, I stated that above.

"[email protected] 1/8 and [email protected] 1/4. Truck picked up more than a second and a half over stock"

So with that saying a stocker goes above 15.1
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I just did a quick google search. I couldn't find any real time slips, but most said with a Edge juice on level 3 where getting high 16s to low 17s in the quarter.
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i just raced a 2000 reg cab long bed cummins on the way home tonight, he didnt have a chance. i pulled on him 3 times.

i am with josh, stock diesels are slow

i have 35s for crying out loud and i beat a stock cummins.
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