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Old 11-17-2009, 06:16 PM
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Spartan plans for the 6.7?

I remember hearing awhile back that spartan would have something avaliable as soon as the truck was ready. I know the truck is not out yet but was curious if there was any plans in the works for anything. Im not to keen on the 6.7 and wont be buying one for awhile but was just curious as to what the performace companys were thinking about the new motor. If the 6.7 is more then then the 6.4 then chevy and dodge better watch out. Just thought I would get a discusion going about the 6.7 and to see what everyones thoughts are. Just trying to keep up with the jones! What do yall think pros and cons of the new motor are???? and please keep the BS out we dont care about people killing penguins!
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Old 11-17-2009, 06:28 PM
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I had also heard about Spartan being able to tune the trucks as soon as they are gonna be released.. Im looking forward to getting one but im just not sure when that will be.. lol
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All I know is Matt said they already have stuff on the table so to speak for the 6.7

I know he was given an oppurtunity to check it out

But i've been real curious.. Does he already have a 6.7 that they're working on now?..
I know that some top aftermarket companies are given a pre production model so that they can start engineering products for them so that when released.. There are products avaloable.. Cause aftermarket products help sell vehicles

or at least I know for a fact that superlift was loaned at least a frame of the 6.4 long before the truck was released so that the team could start engineering lifts..

I live near west Monroe,la and Brett told me himself
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And obviously we don't care about killing penguins.. Since we drive straight piped diesels with smoky tunes
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I am very interested to see what they have. I would assume the DD will swap right over. Gonna be a nice motor thats for sure.
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Old 11-19-2009, 10:05 AM
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And obviously we don't care about killing penguins.. Since we drive straight piped diesels with smoky tunes
I care about penguins.....
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Old 11-19-2009, 01:11 PM
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I care about penguins.....

They have penguins in the desert
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Old 11-19-2009, 02:04 PM
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They have penguins in the desert
Yeah those damn things are everywhere, its crazy
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Dam Straight!
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