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Old 11-06-2007, 05:54 PM
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Talking First Sled Pull! check it out

This weekend I competed in my first sled pull. Wasn't sure what to do, so I just put it to the floor. Got 35 swampers and Matt's agg race tune. Made my own hitch and traction bars. I still need to figure out how to start correctly so that my truck isn't hoppin so bad. The track was as hard as asphalt- may have had something to do with it. Anyways, it was awsome!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9w33Kd8K7I

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyNCnSp28Gw

My buddies 06 Cummins

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L_2hEQsri0

Sweet video my D-Max buddy made

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGh3VxdhYBA
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Old 11-06-2007, 06:14 PM
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wow thats awsome dude.


you did real good on the second run.


i see you spanked your buddies dodge with ladderbars.



man the 6.0 sounded mean.
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Thanks for posting those links! Your 6.0 sounds real mean.

Have you made any changes to the transmission? I'd try pulling but that's my only concern at this point.
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Nice videos


Should be in competition but I will leave it here...

Lift kits and pulling are not the best set up.....not sure what you have but the front end needs to stay low.

Locker up front
Clamp the rear springs, forward of the rear axle
Make a plate from the frame to the spring perch (both sides) with a 1 inch travel, play with the distance. This allows the rear springs to only compress 1 inch and locks the truck down. The sled becomes a good lever to put weight on your truck and the track.
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Moved enjoy.


Comp guys need to see this ...to cool
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Why are you and the Dodge only running one stack??? I have never seen anybody do that before...

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Do you ever read the magazine Diesel Power? Everybody has one stack.
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Do you ever read the magazine Diesel Power? Everybody has one stack.
No...Is there any reason for it? It just looks kinda odd to me...No offence, I'm just use to seeing two...

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yeah, I guess we are just weird
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single stacks are pretty cool. i'm eventually gonna get rid of my haulers in lew of a miter cut 8" single stack. nice job on spankin' the cummins!!!! pretty nice pull for just having the X-CAL2. throw some injectors in that mother and let 'er eat!!
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The reason for the single stack rather than the double is that the double stack costs hp because you are spliting the air and making unwanted back pressure. Otherwise 2 actually looks better. JMO

FYI, a guy running a T (not a Y) on a 1000rwhp truck found 60 hp just taking the T out and running a single. Where else can you pick up 6% that easy? It would be less with a Y, but the concept is the same.
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The reason for the single stack rather than the double is that the double stack costs hp because you are spliting the air and making unwanted back pressure. Otherwise 2 actually looks better. JMO

FYI, a guy running a T (not a Y) on a 1000rwhp truck found 60 hp just taking the T out and running a single. Where else can you pick up 6% that easy? It would be less with a Y, but the concept is the same.
I saw that in a magazine. Also, if your blowing deep black smoke out of 2 you have to look at both to see the "HELL YA" results, with one its TONS MORE SMOKE AND AN EVEN BETTER "HELL YA"
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aren't you guys cute with your matching single stacks....LOL. Just kidding, nice work.
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I wish i could try this with my Expedition for the hell of it, probably blow a rod right through the hood :P.
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