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Old 09-20-2010, 06:09 PM
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99' stroke vs 02 Dmax

Alright, a guy at work wants me to race another guys Dmax he has a reg cab with a diablo CAI and exhaust, I have truck in my sig. I think the Dmax is quicker. what do you think?
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Old 09-20-2010, 06:48 PM
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do you have your chip in? gen 1 maxipads are not all that fast if you ask me. he might take you. its a much lighter truck. if you get your chip in who knows. doesnt matter, you have a truck...he doesnt
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A dmax is pretty quick... so i'd say you'll keep up but he may take you once up to speed.
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Im thinking you are gonna get taken out to pasture.
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my buddy has a 01 or 02 cant remember dmax and he is quicker off the line, just because his is auto and mine is stick, but i can pull away from him in the long shot. his is lifted with 35s and mine is lifted with 37s. i think you can beat him. but i wouldnt race for pinks or anything
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neither of us really are that serious about racing, both want to keep our trans in 1 piece. just a fun discussion, If it happens I would have the PHP FU chip and his has the diablo.
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An LB7 has the potential to run close to 500 on a tune.

He'll eat your lunch until you get about a 160/100 in there, then with good tuning it'll be close, but I'd still give the win to the bowtie.
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Nope... Promise.
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what about a stock dmax with maybe straight piped exhaust?
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:51 PM
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Stock to stock the 7.3 was king of the powerband.

But our trucks are heavier by over a 1000 lbs. CCSB to CCSB.

And they have more gears.
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