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Old 02-09-2011, 03:32 AM
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Looking for Florida trucks

This weekend Saturday night we are having our first event and are looking for those out there that want to start pulling. We have new classes and those who start now will be winning because the classes are new so we need to fill them. All you need is the truck you are driving. It can be completely stock because we have a class for stock trucks also. Once you come and pull you will be able to see how easy it is on your truck and learn easy set-up tricks to make big improvements on your next pull. Challenge a friend to bring their truck too. No one will be trurned away for any type of rule. Just show up find me and the rest is just about having fun. Its like going 4 wheeling and not getting your truck muddy.

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Old 02-17-2011, 04:32 AM
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Well only able to get 2 trucks to show up and pull in the stock class. A ford 6.0 and a dodge 5.9. The ford wins.

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Well only able to get 2 trucks to show up and pull in the stock class. A ford 6.0 and a dodge 5.9. The ford wins.

YouTube - Brooksville Truck Pulls - Stock
Were those actually stock trucks? Seems they were blowing too much smoke to be pure stock, gotta be tuned IMO. That dodge also had traction bars, so that leads me to believe they have a lil more than stock power.
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Old 02-18-2011, 02:46 AM
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Were those actually stock trucks? Seems they were blowing too much smoke to be pure stock, gotta be tuned IMO. That dodge also had traction bars, so that leads me to believe they have a lil more than stock power.
Well just because they have a programer doesnt mean the truck isnt stock. White truck has traction bars because its lifted and has blocks in the rear. Both trucks are completely stock other than a programer.
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Well, I may jump into the mix when I do some more mods. a CAI and exhaust on an old 7.3 isn't going to be any competition to those other trucks. I don't mind losing, but I can't stand being last.

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