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Old 04-24-2008, 09:02 AM
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So who's gonna be first to do it! Or...has it been done already

I would love to put the 6.4 in my truck. Motor,Tranny,ecu. Can't wait to see or hear of this being done. With 500 to the wheels with minor mods, that would be awesome.
I know Weweld already has two motors sittin in his shop lookin pretty. I can't wait to see what they can do in Stroked lightning.
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Sounds expensive. Seems like a Fummins would be better
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I would love to put the 6.4 in my truck. Motor,Tranny,ecu. Can't wait to see or hear of this being done. With 500 to the wheels with minor mods, that would be awesome.
I know Weweld already has two motors sittin in his shop lookin pretty. I can't wait to see what they can do in Stroked lightning.

I completely agree with you on that one, I've been watching his thread on compdiesel....Stroked Lightning is def gonna get a lil bit sweeter
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i was thinking the opposite... i cant wait to see someone put a 7.3L in a 08 SD lol.....
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I should have bought a 6.4 and put it in my truck rather then another 7.3

Seriously though... the only other motor that would sit between my frame rails would be a 12v Making 500 hp look like kids play.
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i was thinking the opposite... i cant wait to see someone put a 7.3L in a 08 SD lol.....
What he said! But only if it's twin turbo'd and everything else.
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I should have bought a 6.4 and put it in my truck rather then another 7.3

Seriously though... the only other motor that would sit between my frame rails would be a 12v Making 500 hp look like kids play.

yeah, after about 30 grand. I don't know what a 6.4 goes for, but as far as power. 500 is alot, with stock realiability.

12 valve cummins don't just sh!t out 500 whp. or do they? But even if they did. I bought a ford for a ford, if I wanted a cummins, I would of bought a ugly A$$ Dodge. I guess it would probably be pretty close, The price of a 6.4 is way above a 12 valve, but then all the modding you would have to do is where your gonna be makin up the diff. Either way it would be fun.
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i was thinking the opposite... i cant wait to see someone put a 7.3L in a 08 SD lol.....
dont get me wrong, im not even gonna try and argue that point, but while we are at it twins on a 7.3 is def really sweet, i just wanna see someone put triples on it (ive seen it done on an obs but absolutely no room for the hood, and not really sure how practical it would be) but just the fact that u have a triple turboed 7.3 in an 08....def sounds badazz
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