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Old 01-29-2009, 01:13 PM
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BD DIESEL Gets You Ready For The Track

BD Diesel would like to help you get ready for the upcoming race season!



We have drastically reduced the price of the every popular BD Top Speed Eliminator to an AMAZING $100.00 (Retail value $225.00)

Improve your overall track speed by getting you BD Top Speed Eliminator... this is a limited time offer so don't delay, ordered TODAY!

For more details on the BD Top Speed Eliminator click HERE available for your Ford Powerstrokes and Dodge Cummins powered diesel.

Please contact me for a stocking distributor in your area!

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BD Diesel would like to help you get ready for the upcoming race season!



We have drastically reduced the price of the every popular BD Top Speed Eliminator to an AMAZING $100.00 (Retail value $225.00)

Improve your 0-60 times and overall track speed by getting you BD Top Speed Eliminator... this is a limited time offer so don't delay, ordered TODAY!

For more details on the BD Top Speed Eliminator click HERE available for your Ford Powerstrokes and Dodge Cummins powered diesel.

Please contact me for a stocking distributor in your area!
Just curious how would a topspeed eliminator help your 60ft times?
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Good Question... they wouldn't!

I should have edited that out of there, the top speed eliminators for the Dodge get rid of Torque Management which de-fuels the cummins on hard acceleration.

On a Ford 6.0L you can eliminate the de-fueling (dead spot) with a simple BD Boost Fooler.

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