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Old 09-17-2010, 01:27 PM
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smoke question

i got a good tune on my truck, and everything runs perfect! i am wantin to blow smoke alot not always but on command, what would i need to do for this? please let me know!
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Old 09-17-2010, 01:29 PM
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Buy a Cummins or Stomp it
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Wrap your intake in Saran wrap, unplug your MAF sensor, and unplug your turbo.

Or buy a Cummins and go find another forum.

Your choice.
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Old 09-17-2010, 03:28 PM
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Man you guys are rough. There was a poll a little while back and the last time I checked it the guys that wanted a tune to roll smoke on command were way ahead in the poll. This guy seems to fall into the majority according to that poll and is getting fried for it. What gives? I realize everyone is sensitive about the issue because the diesel world gets a black eye when it comes to the powers that be that make up the rules we live by but it seems the majority on here know there is a time and a place.
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Old 09-17-2010, 03:41 PM
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Was the poll you mention on this site? How long ago was it?

"Everyone is sensitive to the issue because the diesel world gets a black eye.....but it seems the majority on here know there is a time and a place."

I'd would respectfully disagree with that statement. The OP says he is "wantin to blow smoke alot." That doesn't sound to me like he has a clue what the time or where the place is.
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Old 09-17-2010, 04:07 PM
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Poll is "To smoke or not to smoke" by RadarRider. It's still on the first page of the polls section. Still shows the time and place crowd way out front. Whether or not the OP knows this I don't know. Hope he does, and if not maybe this will open his eyes.
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First of all you need to understand that black smoke is nothing but unburnt fuel. So actually the less your truck smokes the better it is running. You can get tunes from DP cuz I know Jody has a smoke tune and you might want to call Tony , he probably has one too. Your other option is to lug your engine, wait until it just shifts into overdrive and then lay on the skinny pedal, before it has time to downshift it will belch out a cloud. The tree huggers use this sort of activity against us all the time, that is why so many people get their panties all knotted up over this subject. You also should have put this in another section of the forum and not in the CPA section.

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Old 09-18-2010, 04:50 AM
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Poll is "To smoke or not to smoke" by RadarRider. It's still on the first page of the polls section. Still shows the time and place crowd way out front. Whether or not the OP knows this I don't know. Hope he does, and if not maybe this will open his eyes.
Thanks, didn't know that was out there.
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I was just givin him a hard time, my truck smokes all the time but obviously there are way more Cummins trucks that outsmoke our strokers thats y i said buy a cummins. Just get a tune and mod ur truck, eventually she'll smoke, its harder to smoke an auto btw.
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