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Old 09-30-2011, 08:32 AM
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Took my truck to the track. Not too happy

Well i took my early 99 F250 7.3 to the track. I ran consistent 16.6 or 16.7's. The truck does have 3.73's on 37's, with intake exhaust and a dp tuner. She is going under the knife for some new mods. I am redoing my exhuast into a single stack, adrenaline hpop, new tunes no sure with who yet. hybrib injectors and 99.5 turbo upgrades. Going to run the 38r. I hope I can see 14's with the truck. Trans is a new Ford trans as of March.
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Old 09-30-2011, 08:29 PM
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38r is a waste of time you have the mount for a good turbo already, get a D66 or somethin.

And yeah the 37's are killin ya without gears.
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Well I do have all the stuff to drop my truck back down to a leveling kit on 20's and 33's which I do plan on doing. I know that will def help out a lot. And honestly I can get a 99.5 kit with turbo for almost as much as the D66. My buddy is selling his kit which isn't but maybe a year old. So that's the route I am taking. It'll def be fun to see.
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Did you buy a race car or a truck? Let's see Don Prudhomme or Shirley Muldowney tow my 10K rv!!! lol!!!!!!
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Did you buy a race car or a truck? Let's see Don Prudhomme or Shirley Muldowney tow my 10K rv!!! lol!!!!!!
Exactly what I was thinking. I could care less what my 1/4 mile times are. I get a pulling a grade with a trailer passing gassers with the same load like they're standing still.
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