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Old 12-02-2009, 12:55 PM
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Wrecked Dodge=Extra Cummins

So my brother wrecked his truck about a month ago. Well he found a parts truck with a 24v vp44 pumped 6spd 4x4. So when I get back to the state I will a have project motor sitting there waiting for me, my brother, dad and grandpa.

We have been talking about building a family pulling truck. I really dont want to pull with a manual tranny. I would much rather find an auto and have it built. This motor will more than likely be going in a ford. I would like to use a late 70's truck but who knows right now.

So im looking for some ideas on setups for pulling. My dads dodge has alot of work done and has been doing really well at the pulls. We are thinking his truck is around 700hp (with giggle juice) but he is still using his vp44 and I think I want to get away from that setup. I think it will be pricey though.
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Old 12-03-2009, 09:23 AM
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No one has any ideas...Bump
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put it in a 79 f350 like my buddy is (thereshelltopay) in my old 79 i sold to him.
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you could make it p pumped or just use a 12v cummins and put the 24v head on it.
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p-pump it.
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p-pump it.
You can make a lot of power from a modified p-pump!
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Old 12-05-2009, 02:04 AM
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Ill have to start looking into what it takes to p-pump one. That is the direction my dad wants to go also. Im just not 100% up to par with different cummins mods yet.
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