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post #1 of 8 Old 04-07-2011, 06:44 PM Thread Starter
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7.3 6spd killed Civic Si

Well cruising through town the other day and had a little Civic SI with a aftermarket pipe cut me, well he just happened to be going the same way I was so I got next to him and I got on it a little and he bit first go we let off at about 55 mph had him by 1-2 car links, second run he down shifted run to about 70mph and I pulled about 3 car links this time, no 4wd and on my 80E tune, the look on his face was priceless


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haha owned by a dually.. that kid cant drive.
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thats what i like to see! I know a few people who think 7.3's are all dogs but they obviously have no idea lol

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haha owned by a dually.. THAT KID CANT DRIVE [/B]
I thought this was the powerstroke forum but I sure get put down alot about what the powerstroke is capable of my truck mainly I beat the guy straight up he knew how to drive just like my brother knows how to drive his 04 Dodge 2500 6spd cummins and I beat him as well and nobody believes that either so ya'll can have a nice day I will share my advice and experience on another forum


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and also the pic in my sig is wat it looked like b4 I was rearended beat the 04 cummins with truck in sig beat civic after I bought truck back from insurance since they totaled it put and I put a new frame under it and made it a regular dually without heavy bed or front bumper


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wow someone has the panties a little to tight.....calm down man......just one persons opinion......way to go!.....but i would think a si would keep up pretty good with a 7.3, but i bet u have a chance with the dodge....
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panties in a bunch ya u could say that on my wife and I's day I got rearended by some ******* not paying attention totaling my truck bought it back spent to weekends rebuilding it from ground up literally then when on the day after my 3rd son was born 2wks ago my truck was broken into and they stole 1k worth of stuff from my trck so ya I'm not going to put up with people basically calling me a liar


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Now that's what I like to hear! A 7.3 powerstroke dually, with 475K miles on the odometer, owning a Honda Civic Si! Awesome! AND... it wasn't even on the 120 race tune, just on the 80 economy setting.

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