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  1. 2001400ex
    12-02-2010 12:18 PM - permalink
    Never ran it on the track and never ran it in 4x4 to get full traction. I would imagine 14s maybe high 13s if in 4x4 and power braked. I know in 2wd, power braked, I have left 200 foot long tracks and ran it to 40mph still spinning the tires. It ripped after I programmed it.
  2. ozoneburner
    12-01-2010 07:59 AM - permalink
    YO wats that 6.0 you have run in the 1/4

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    Spokane, WA
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    2006 6.0 PSD - Sold
    XLT Crew Cab Short Bed FX4
    EGR Upgrade, 3.5/4 inch exhaust
    SCT programmer, Coolant filter


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