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Old 04-30-2012, 08:40 AM
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Thumbs up hurt 6.7 cummins pride

Well on the weekend i was cruising home down the main road through town and ahed of me at the light was a guy in a new dodge cummins all decaled out with road armour bumpers and exhaust from a local shop that does spring and axle repairs.

anyways when the light turned green he drove off normal only to try and roal a big cloud of coal infront of everyone as i puttered along behind him, he then proceeds to weave in and out of traffic right downtown!!! like a *******

as i get further down the road i get in the right lane and he jumps in to the left, well i pull up minding my own business know i can probably stomp him. light goes green and stomps on it again. so i figured i would play a little. next light goes green and i roll off slow till he pins it and of course he does so i step on it, the roads were pretty wet and right away i lose traction i let off and get on it again and im right beside him pretty much sideways so i let off till the next light.

when i look over it was a old guy and he was smiling almost laughing, i turned and smiled after seeing that he had a nice big bully dog sticker above the ram3500

light goes green and there is no lights for a while as the highway goes across a bridge then up a huge hill, so i waited a bit as i slowly got up to a better speed in 4th gear and he still wanted to play so when 5th gear hit he was about 5 car lengths behind me eating my smoke and wouldnt even speed up beside me when i was cruising up the hill . i love this truck
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:39 PM
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hahahahaha grinning as you look at the bullydog stick... classic!! aanother generic coal rolling cummins owner bites the dust at the hands of the almighty 6.4 lol good kill
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At least he was laughing and having fun with you and didn't give you the ricer fly-by with the bird. Sounds like a cheap lesson for him that he can tell his Cummins friends about.

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Old 05-01-2012, 09:19 AM
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^^^ very true
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Old 05-02-2012, 04:14 AM
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I was waiting for the ricer fly by but he held back lol. I let off when I looked at my livewire and seen 51psi of boost. Oops

good thing I don' drive it that hard all the time or bye bye head gasket
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:33 PM
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Good kill. Gotta love the 6.4
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i think its funny that he didnt catch up after on the hill ...embarrassed
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Old 05-06-2012, 06:45 PM
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Yep, gotta love that 6.4. I'm surprised he was so arrogant to even run against you as the 6.4's rep and street cred as a hot rod is widely known by now.
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how fast are the 6.7 cumminGs anyways? A guy at work has one(h&s and dpf delete) and a few people said it's a turd a few said it's fast. none know anything about diesels.
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I always said those things sound like a rock in a tin can.
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