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After the comment about you eating your lunch in the 1/4 mile....

I guess you like the abuse......
I love the 7.3, just couldn't find a flawless one when I was in the market.

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Now, I've heard that the 7.3's will do high 13's in the quarter! My only question is, is that being pulled by a bullet proofed modified 6.0 or pushed by one?
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Now, I've heard that the 7.3's will do high 13's in the quarter! My only question is, is that being pulled by a bullet proofed modified 6.0 or pushed by one?
That's with a Duramax or Cummins pulling the 6.0 (which won't make it to the end of the track without breaking down) which is pulling the 7.3L

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Stewart knows me well, I really enjoy being part of this forum but if I only discussed blown head gaskets, broken manifold bolts and it was too serious don't think I'd be here everyday. FTE is a great place to get help when needed, learn from others, but at the end of the day enjoy being part of a fun group .

Now, I've heard that the 7.3's will do high 13's in the quarter! My only question is, is that being pulled by a bullet proofed modified 6.0 or pushed by one?
I enjoy people make wise cracks at 7.3. I would be disappointed if you stop. I'm waiting for the perfect opportunity to fire back at your 6.0

Before you say it, I know people with 7.3 are good at waiting...
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Now, I've heard that the 7.3's will do high 13's in the quarter! My only question is, is that being pulled by a bullet proofed modified 6.0 or pushed by one?
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That's with a Duramax or Cummins pulling the 6.0 (which won't make it to the end of the track without breaking down) which is pulling the 7.3L

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You guys are silly, the only way a 7.3 can break into the 13's is if a free breathing, deep geared 6.8 is pulling it.
I would like to make a few passes with mine, just to know....(I know it's nowhere near those kind of times!)
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I enjoy people make wise cracks at 7.3. I would be disappointed if you stop. I'm waiting for the perfect opportunity to fire back at your 6.0

Before you say it, I know people with 7.3 are good at waiting...
Lol, your more than welcome, the previous owner had over 5k under the hood and I just recently added 12k over that...I'm the first to agree the 6.0 in stock form is crap, but if you have money to burn it is a monster. Ok when it's running
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You guys are silly, the only way a 7.3 can break into the 13's is if a free breathing, deep geared 6.8 is pulling it.
I would like to make a few passes with mine, just to know....(I know it's nowhere near those kind of times!)
Oh Tom Tom Tom, did you install a nuclear powered fuel pump? Have you been watching Russ's videos again?
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