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Old 04-11-2007, 04:23 PM
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12v cummins vs. 7.3 tug o war

last week at the trucks gone wild tug o war they hooked up a 95 cummins extended cab 2500 sittin on 2 and a half ton axles and 48 in tractor tires. the truck apparrently had a monster torque plate and monster injectors. it looked like a rollin coal fire. the other truck was an 01 powerstroke with the same axles and tires. the p stroke had jobe intercooler sticking out of the hood, sniper tuner, and a turbo. they hooked them up the cummins blew smoke a least 100 feet in the air the powerstroke just held the brakes and waited till the time was right and nailed it pulled the cummins right off the pad in a cloud of smoke. needless to say my cummins buddy wasnt to happy he was out 100 bucks and he had to here about it all the way home. try to post some pics of the trucks hooked up
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thats awesome....great killl
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trucks gone wild....sound slike ur a fla person, if so we have somthin in common
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a 95 cummins vs an 01 psd??? yes, the psd would win (obviously)
a 01 cummins vs an 95 psd??? the psd would probably lose.
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a 95 cummins vs an 01 psd??? yes, the psd would win (obviously)
a 01 cummins vs an 95 psd??? the psd would probably lose.
All bets are off they were both modded.

For example: A 94 12v modded to piss will destroy a stock 2008 6.4L.
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All bets are off they were both modded.

For example: A 94 12v modded to piss will destroy a stock 2008 6.4L.
true, true. i was thinking more of stock settings.
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Old 04-12-2007, 05:46 AM
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nice, just goes to show you that tug of wars are all about the driver, that's about it haha, oh and traction, thats a SMALL part of it too
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true, true. i was thinking more of stock settings.
Yeah 12V's rarely stay stock for long, but stock they are not a whole lotta fun you are right. But they can be tuned to be flat out mean!
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Ok I'm still new to this but I thought holding the brakes at the start was kind of like cheating? It was my understanding that when playing tug of war there is an agreement that nobody holds the brakes, you just go. I may be wrong though. There may be no rule at all.
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