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Old 02-14-2012, 09:56 AM
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Another 'fast' D-Max goes bye bye!

I posted this elsewhere but figured I'd repost here:

I WORKED some youngins last week in a tuned D-max. (05-07 I think) I had heard this truck was 'fast' though a friend of my daughters and I told him to let his friend know I was willing to play if he saw me. Sure enough a week or so later they see me. This truck came right up and was riding my a$$ extremely close, before I realized who it was. I clicked up to the Hot damn tune and gave him just a tiny poof. We were already going almost 40 in a 35, but about 1/4 up the road it goes into 4 lanes and 55 then 65. Just as the new lane started I put my blinker on to signal the lane change and I saw his poof and heard him get on it. When his front tire was even with my rear bumper I stomped on it! I was in (4th w/TCL) He just barely pulled even and I was pulling away until there was about a full car length gap between us. Due to a known speed trap up ahead we both slowed to acceptable speeds and are window to window. Once it was clear, I give them the nod and went on his movement about the same time ... I wasn't even close!! Being a Smart A$$ I waved bye bye to them as the ol lifted F-450 rolled on away with an old man driving and just a touch of smoke out the back. I put some distance on them (actually lots!) pretty quickly and slowed back to 'normal' speeds. When they pulled back up they both gave me the thumbs up waved eased on. Later this 'friend' said the D-Max owners version of this story a bit different. His was something like this: The first time he says that he got the jump on me and beat me on the bottom (remember I waited) and the second time he went into limp mode! I told this friend, to make sure my reply gets back to him: "LOL BUMMER! That must really suck!!"
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Old 02-14-2012, 10:39 AM
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I don't know what would be the more shameful way of telling everyone you got stomped by a Ford? That you just flat got walked or that your Duramax went into 'Limp Mode'? I think I would choose the first... Lol


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Old 02-14-2012, 11:24 AM
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Nice kill man! With the number of times these 'fast' duramaxes go into 'limp mode' it's a wonder those trucks can get anywhere
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Old 02-14-2012, 07:13 PM
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why chould teenagers get to have trucks that evem compete with 6.4s? that is if they didnt work for them.... whatever though, i wouldnt mess with a 6.4 an i dont know why those kids would wanna haha good kill
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amen.........
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Old 02-15-2012, 01:15 PM
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Hey! Im 18 and have a 08' 6.4 but I work 70-80 hours a week to keep it. And most of the time I am out of town and don't even get to enjoy it. I also paid off my 96' f250. And them duramaxs ain't no joke. But they just can't keep up with a 6.4.
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Hey! Im 18 and have a 08' 6.4 but I work 70-80 hours a week to keep it. And most of the time I am out of town and don't even get to enjoy it. I also paid off my 96' f250. And them duramaxs ain't no joke. But they just can't keep up with a 6.4.
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my apologies and condolences then haha im 17 and struggling to pay for my 97. most of the kids i see with duramaxes around dont really even need trucks. this is obvious to me because theyve lifted them so high and spend so much money on rims that it is apparent though dont use their trucks for their intended purpose
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why chould teenagers get to have trucks that evem compete with 6.4s? that is if they didnt work for them.... whatever though, i wouldnt mess with a 6.4 an i dont know why those kids would wanna haha good kill
I totally agree with this one. There are a few exceptions of kids who actually work for their stuff but anymore parents buy their kids everything. A buddy of mines little brothers friend has a 2012 laramie cummins and he's 16. I just don't understand it. Luckily most of the ones around here have cummins with bully dog programmers so they aren't to bad to stomp.
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haha ya i usually dont care if the kids got a cummins.... because the way teenagers are on their trucks, a dodge cant handle it. lol and theyre slow....
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Hey! Im 18 and have a 08' 6.4 but I work 70-80 hours a week to keep it. And most of the time I am out of town and don't even get to enjoy it. I also paid off my 96' f250. And them duramaxs ain't no joke. But they just can't keep up with a 6.4.
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bite you're tongue on that statement
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