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Old 11-08-2009, 11:01 AM
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24V with compounds

Me and Nick were drivin around earlier and got behind a dodge with some stacks. He blew some smoke and it was on. I kept gettin closer and we saw this sticker on the back window. I got up close enough to read it and it said "Got Twins?". We looked at each other and said "we're f**ked" . We never full out raced but we kept passin other cars and hammerin on it, and he never really pulled away very much, i was keepin up quite well. We pulled off on a side road and BSed for a bit and they were pretty cool. He said it dynoed around 500. Not sure i believe it or not, but he definitely had compounds, i saw it with my own eyes.

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Old 11-08-2009, 11:02 AM
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I am sure it did dyno at 500hp. I had an 03 that dynoed 649hp with BR R-700 Twins
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How were you keepin up with a twined 24v in a 7.3 with a BLOWN single? haha
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Cause i gotsa 38R now.
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Old 11-08-2009, 01:53 PM
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Its true, I was in the truck. Atleast the Cummins guys were really cool when we pulled over and chatted with them.


As he was blowing smoke on us, I was trying to read the sticker on his back window. I said, "what does that sticker say?" Jake goes, "Got Twins?"... My reply......Oh Sh1t, were screwed lol
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niec guys nice. and yes a 24v is capable of 500hp with twins.
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Actually i think it was "oh sh1t, we're f**ked"
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niec guys nice. and yes a 24v is capable of 500hp with twins.
I know that, i just don't know if that particular truck had 500. He did say that he was having fueling issues, his rails were running low at around 3000 rpm
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Id believe it. He was probably running a really small twin setup like a stocker/ht3b or something similar. usually those twin are only good for about 550 but they only cost about $1500 too.
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