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post #1 of 29 Old 11-21-2008, 07:34 AM Thread Starter
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Jugg had a 6.4 for lunch

I was heading back home on I15 yesterday and I was doing my usual 70mph. I was in the far left lane coming up on a 6.4 that was doing 60 in the 65 so I pull into the rite land and kick back up to 70. I get next to him(young kid in daddys truck) he floors it. I'm like here we go so I mash the go stick to the floor and pulled away from him like he was sitting still. I let off at about 90 and let him catch up. Kid gives me a dirty look and the finger as he does the ricer fly by. Thought are you freeking kidding me so I mash it again get infront of him quickley trow the DP into smoke mode and james bonded his punk A$$. I thought those things were faster than that. What gives? What do they run stock in the 1\4?

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6.4's a bit tougher with the spartan tune. I haven't seen a tuned 7.3 (dp or tw) take a spartan tuned 6.4

A 7.3 with non-stock injectors, turbo and what-nots is a different story.

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Yup the 6.4's are pretty quick with a tuner!

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I have replaced my hpop since I went to the track but I was running 16.16 so as fast as I pulled away he may have some issues. He was most definantly stock but I thouhgt he would give me a good run. I have 4inch exhaust fpr shim intake and the dp. I usualy just race on the 80 because the 17 degree pump I put in still doesn't give enough for the 120. I am faster on top end with the 80 tune.

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maybe he was just a young kid that baught a nice truck.. why does it have to be daddys... but the finger and ricer fly by... i would have ran his *** off the road



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I have replaced my hpop since I went to the track but I was running 16.16 so as fast as I pulled away he may have some issues. He was most definantly stock but I thouhgt he would give me a good run. I have 4inch exhaust fpr shim intake and the dp. I usualy just race on the 80 because the 17 degree pump I put in still doesn't give enough for the 120. I am faster on top end with the 80 tune.
I plan on racing my truck on the 80e tune when I'm ready to install the new block! :

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it does depend on the driver. i'm not wanting to start an argument ( i don't think anyone will argue with me) but if the 08 had a tuner, exahust, and intake it would have been a different story. but it was a nice kill another thing... there are some younger guys that can afford 08 trucks
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