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Old 12-14-2007, 07:43 PM
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97 cummins race

my brother N law jus bought a 97 cummins has straight pipe 4'' verry verrrryyyy large air filter rebuilt tranny and said it's chiped but dont know what kind or whare it's at or anything so i dont belive that but do you guys think i can take him or should i not keep asking him to race oh yeah it only has the 12 valve insted of the 24 like the 98's so that helps me out a bit but i dont know i think i can take him i HOPE
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Old 12-14-2007, 07:44 PM
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oh yeah it has wider and taller tires and exteded cab like mine but his is a long bed
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Well you cant chip a 12v, but if they changed some stuff around in his injection pump he might be pretty fast.
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good point if he said quote "yaaaa its gotta chip in it" then hes b.s.'in BUT a straight pipe, massive filtered can be a fight. BUUUUT when you say hes got a rebuilt tranny...... thats a huge problem half of a drag race depends on the performance of the tranny
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only a 12 valve...heh. They go fast for cheap
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lol yeah thats not an engine to underestimate its a bad mofo thats for sure but still if hes got a rebuilt tranyy i think there might be no competition
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well we will have to see sooner than later but if he does beat me it wont matter cus im ordering my wildman chip prolly middle of jan.
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Old 12-15-2007, 02:54 AM
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ha then we will be chip against chip
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Well you cant chip a 12v, but if they changed some stuff around in his injection pump he might be pretty fast.
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ha then we will be chip against chip
It will be chip vs...stock cummins?
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Old 12-15-2007, 07:13 AM
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Ask him to show you where to put a chip in a 12v cummins
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