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This is coming along really nicely! Lockers rule
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I officially want your truck really bad!! That thing kicks booty
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I officially want you to be paying for it. LOL Thanks for the compliments.
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that thing looks awsome
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Thanks more pics tonight.
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WOW that looks very nice keep up the good work
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SWWWEEETTT, great work bro!!!!
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Oh my (drooling over the key board). Dude you're going to have a sweet yet sick ride man. What kind of Cummins Engine are you planning to use if I may ask?
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Not a cummins, a 6.0 powerstroke, bored out to a 6.1 and then "slightly moddded". It all Ford.
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Not a cummins, a 6.0 powerstroke, bored out to a 6.1 and then "slightly moddded". It all Ford.
Oh ok. I thought that Cummins made the powerstroke exclusively for Ford. That's a good engine. Duramax Diesel tried to copy it and they failed in a big,big way. I thought it was funny myself.
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Cummins is exclusively in the Dodge! International makes the powerstroke, and Isuzu makes the D-max for Chevy!
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that truck is gonna be one of those that makes you say Holy Shat when you see it.
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WOW! That all I can say!

You ever going to bring that beast to Houston Raceway Park?
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Normally I'm not a fan of stacks, but those are nice and clean! Can't wait to see more progress!
i think he was the one that told me this, race trucks need them because the smoke can cloud the sensors/lasers w/e they are at the start line so it gives false readings
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plus blown the black smoke sky high is always sweet
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That would be SWEET! I have always wanted to stuff one of those into a smaller truck.
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i think he was the one that told me this, race trucks need them because the smoke can cloud the sensors/lasers w/e they are at the start line so it gives false readings
Makes good sense to me. What's the diameter on those things anyways? Looks huge!
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6 inch, and that is exactly right, the black smoke is sooo thick it will give a false time, you leave the beams, it doesn't know till the smoke clears. You run a sweet time, but its not accurate. Oh yeah, it will be in HPR in baytown in October for sure. Probably sooner than that. I have a few grudge matches brewing in Houston.
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I wanna race you :)
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Cummins is exclusively in the Dodge! International makes the powerstroke, and Isuzu makes the D-max for Chevy!
Oh ok. wasn't sure. There use to be an old saying but Dodge has changed it. International Makes it and Cummins shakes it. Something to that affect. If you don't mind me asking how much have you spent on this project?
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Whew! those are going to be a killer set of pipes.
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"Dodge makes it, Cummins shakes it"

As far as the cost, I rreally don't know. I bought the truck, and then WELL over 10K. I try not to think about it. LOL
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