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Old 10-27-2006, 06:23 PM
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Unhappy took on a cummins today

ok i have 06 250 psd no mods,
i was pulling onto the highway and spotted a pretty new dually dodge. He tried to pass me and of course i had to hit it, stayed ahead and he pulled in behind me. about a mile later i let him get beside me , we were only going about 60 and he looks at me with a big grin and slams the throttle so i do the same we got up tp about 95 and by that time he was right behind my tailgate(no traffic in sight). we get off the same exit and he gives me a smile and a wave....good sport! just thought id share, this is my first race with another diesel!
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Old 10-27-2006, 06:28 PM
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nice win on that drips oil drips grease everywhere
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Great win man an he was a good sport about it. Cant beat that. Some off these Dodge guys are so cocky though. They think there truck is the hottest thing on the road an nothing can touch them an if they lost {an they do} they just about go beserck.
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Oh lol i get it sounds like some highway fun its cool too that he is a good sport about it just hate when they are cocky
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Drips Oil Drips Grease Everywhere. I've heard a lot of names about the fords, but never this one. I'll definitely remember this one for future use. If you'd had an SCT he'd never have been able to catch you to wave good race.
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OHHHHHHHHHHHH i get it now, i was COMPLETLEY LOST hahaha

Are we faster than a dodge stock for stock? i was sort of worried, it would of been hard enough to lose by myself but my buddy (dodgeman) was with me which made it all the sweeter!
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I do like the way the six speed shifts and I like how the parking brake holds, but there has to be more than that to like about a truck before I would buy one.
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Dave I agree I have nothing against a Cummins engine. I've got an ISX 600 in my Freightliner. I borrowed my brothers 03 Dodge a month ago when my rods, rings, and springs were getting put in. I just can't drive a dodge. I was all over the road. I was afraid to get in the center lane on the interstate because it drifted side to side too bad.
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sorry Drips Oil Drips Grease Everywhere DODGE I should have made the first litters caps
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noone ever answers the stock for stock question
ARE WE FASTER or they?
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we are dodge i dont have to say a nother word FORD trucks are #1

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It depends... same gearing, same size tires, both auto trannies... it'll be pretty close. I think the newest cummins are rated higher hp than the 6.0s.

However, a hot tuner on the cummins and a hot tuner on the 6.0, the cummins will win, all else being equal, most likely. Tooooo many factors.
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Tuner to tuner there's no way a cummins will beat my truck--it's not even close
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