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post #1 of 29 Old 11-13-2007, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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Powerstroke vs Duramax vs Cummins

Equally equipped with exhaust and programmers how does the 6.0 stack up against the Duramax and Cummins from stoplight to stoplight? Honestly, no BS............

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alot depends on the programmer
its a hard Q to answer all trucks are a different ford to ford Etc.

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I would say it stax up just fine and I know being a Ford It looks alot better. Life is too short for an ugly truck.


Dodge is for people to lazy put a Cummins in a real truck

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Stock vs Stock I can get a trucks length on my buddy's 5.9 Cummins, But against my cousins D-max that thing gets up and goes.
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yeah, ive tot 2 friends with dmaxs, and they move. but my 7.3 will take them goin balls out.



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apple against apple(meaning all in the same body style and year)the duramax will usually win..the duramax is a hard contestant to beat but with a good custom SCT tune on a 6.0L PSD they can be very competitive with each other..
i have never met a modded 7.3L that was competive against a modded Duramax but i do know of some out there that will run but it takes a tad bit more to make them competive..

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How much does a stock duramax CC 2WD shortbed SRW weigh?

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How much does a stock duramax CC 2WD shortbed SRW weigh?
less then 7,000lbs...

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2wd should be a good bit less than 7,000. I guess I need to do some research.
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my CC SB 4WD 3/4T GMC weighs right at 7,300 #'s with a tank of fuel so i'm guessing the 2WD weighs mid to upper 6K #'s..

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