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Old 12-06-2012, 09:37 AM
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06 f250 vs Dodge 1500

So not exactly a pure kill, I felt too bad just driving next to this guy. It was your typical black quad cab 1500, only mod is exhaust, which I will say the hemi's sound decent will duals, but after the first light take-off, I could tell this guy didnt even have a hemi because it sounded horrible.

Cruising along, fully loaded with gf and parents in the back, I pull up to the light and he's the only other guy on the road. We both just kinda go easy staying neck and neck not letting the other get ahead really.

Second light, he guns it, I cruise along slowly because the next red light is about 100yds away.

This time I know he still wants a piece, so he goes, I lay into her easy still, keeping boost around 12-15psi, nothing crazy, then let her eat for a bit just to fly by and let off and here he comes getting all he can to come by and yield to the other road at the next light

I been going easy this fuel tank trying for mileage and self-control is very hard ha but I held onto it for this guy
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LOL good kill...

With your parents in the back
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What year? Was it a 4.7? 5.7? The pre-09 1500 rams were mid 15 second trucks depending on temp with a 5.7......the 09-12 are low 14 high 13 sec trucks depending on temp and trim.
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What year? Was it a 4.7? 5.7? The pre-09 1500 rams were mid 15 second trucks depending on temp with a 5.7......the 09-12 are low 14 high 13 sec trucks depending on temp and trim.
If it's a reg cab R/t maybe, but your average ram with the hemi is a high-14-15 truck
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Old 12-06-2012, 10:03 AM
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Not real familiar with all the dodge motor specs but I believe it was the 4.7, no way it was a 5.7 sounding like that unless he had the sh*tiest exhaust ever.

Eli, you crack me up, your like the only one always using rockwoot haha, its my favorite!
And yeah it was funny, gf in front seat saying stop while shes grabbin handles, and dad in the back saying "you can take em" ha
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Not real familiar with all the dodge motor specs but I believe it was the 4.7, no way it was a 5.7 sounding like that unless he had the sh*tiest exhaust ever.

Eli, you crack me up, your like the only one always using rockwoot haha, its my favorite!
And yeah it was funny, gf in front seat saying stop while shes grabbin handles, and dad in the back saying "you can take em" ha

I LOVE rockwoot!!!!

I can imagine your dad... Priceless
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Good kill ...thatsy I love these trucks
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If it's a reg cab R/t maybe, but your average ram with the hemi is a high-14-15 truck
Oh Really? I guess my low 14 sec timeslips are a figment of my imagination.
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Not real familiar with all the dodge motor specs but I believe it was the 4.7, no way it was a 5.7 sounding like that unless he had the sh*tiest exhaust ever.

Eli, you crack me up, your like the only one always using rockwoot haha, its my favorite!
And yeah it was funny, gf in front seat saying stop while shes grabbin handles, and dad in the back saying "you can take em" ha
4.7 is about 100ftlbs less torque.
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They could be, honestly I don't give enough of a sht to argue about it. If you say they do, then they do, you are the dodge master, post your mailing address to receive your trophy.
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