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Old 09-23-2007, 06:24 AM
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BIG twin turbo!

Do you think with a little modification we could fit this 1000hp KTTA Cummins in an 08 F450?

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Old 09-23-2007, 06:27 AM
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thats cool! Looks like that exhaust gets pretty hot judging by the looks of the manifold and hot side of the turbo's
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No, but I could fit that in my bus and throw away my Detroit Diesel.
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Old 09-23-2007, 06:34 AM
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No, but I could fit that in my bus and throw away my Detroit Diesel.
Ok, i'll take your screamin detroit! That would make a fun mud truck engine!
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Old 09-23-2007, 06:38 AM
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I actually love it. Had a full rebuild last year and it hauls ***. Remember its a diesel pusher, reverse cranking engine.
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Old 09-23-2007, 06:46 AM
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I actually love it. Had a full rebuild last year and it hauls ***. Remember its a diesel pusher, reverse cranking engine.
Oh yeah i forgot it was in a bus. Well then you should put a silver 8v92 in her. Then she'll really haul some a**. Probably wouldn't fit though kinda like the cummins! But its fun to think about.
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Aw hell yeah!
Be sure and take pics while you're installing it.
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Oh yeah i forgot it was in a bus. Well then you should put a silver 8v92 in her. Then she'll really haul some a**. Probably wouldn't fit though kinda like the cummins! But its fun to think about.
8V92s are for the 40ft MCI's and Prevost, I just got a little 30 ft transit bus. My 6v92 is actually the next generation DD b4 the 60 series. Pretty darn good diesel, I shouldn't complain.
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Old 09-23-2007, 08:53 AM
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[QUOTE=dlonno;269078]8V92s are for the 40ft MCI's and Prevost, I just got a little 30 ft transit bus. My 6v92 is actually the next generation DD b4 the 60 series. Pretty darn good diesel, I shouldn't complain.[/QUOTE

I knew that it wouldn't fit in your transit bus, they are a greyhound/motorcoach type engine, but maybe if ya get bored with that 6v92someday you should try a 8v92 mod and see if you can make it into a wheelie machine like the E350 ambulance on Jesse James old show, i can't think of the name, arggghhh.
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Fit in a F450? i heard a saying before that I've applied to my auto customizing life: you can fit anything into everything! So- you get enough sheet goods and a few hours/days (haha) and you'll be good to go. seeing through your windshield may be your 2nd task!
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