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Old 12-11-2013, 07:00 PM
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2012 H&S Cummins

2012 H&S Cummins larger down pipe and straight piped. Also has intake. What do you think a 6.0 would need to beat?
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Old 12-11-2013, 07:33 PM
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I'm guessing here, but I think you would probably need injectors and an upgrades turbo to win.
Not the biggest injectors and turbo though, 175's should do it I'd think. Maybe even 155's

Do we know what kind of power a deleted Cummins even puts out?
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probably less than you think... a tune-only 4th gen is going to be in the 400-430rwhp range... they don't run as good as the 07-09's

a 6.0 with a good tune/intake/exhaust will give a tune/intake/exhaust 4th gen dodge a good run IMO
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It is a stick i'm auto. if that makes a difference.
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That does make a difference. You'll have an easier time beating him
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huge difference... if he's got a stock clutch, he's going nowhere

if you do a 4wd launch, he's going in reverse
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ive heard people say that a tuned 6.7 is inferior to a tuned 5.9 but id have to dissagree, tuned to tuned, im going to say the cummins. the 6.0 is going to need atleast exhaust intake and something else.
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then i read again that the cummins is manual, youll have no problem
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Post the results!
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yeah, it's only been 7 months
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