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Old 03-24-2009, 05:49 PM
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Cummins. Kill?

I was driving through town earlier and there was a dodge behind me. I got in the left lane and then the light turned red infront of us. I put the window down, put it in N, and revved it a little. He looked over and kinda laughed a bit. I clicked it to Extreme, the light turned green. I didn't hammer on it, but it was enough to get some quealage from the tires. I was ahead of him a bit, his front bumper was about even with my rear, then i heard his turbo spool, so I hammered it. He never made it past the back of the cab. Im not sure he floored it or not, so im not sure its a real kill or not. Either way made me feel good.
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Old 03-24-2009, 05:52 PM
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Guess we will never know for sure but congrats none the less
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Old 03-24-2009, 06:09 PM
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He was prolly 1/4 on the throttle

Good job homie! Is it the same dodge that you took off from a few weeks ago and they just drove away?
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Good job bud ! If it made ya feel good, I'd cal it a win !
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you need bigger pics in your signatures.
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Old 03-24-2009, 09:20 PM
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you need bigger pics in your signatures.
Hows this?
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Old 03-24-2009, 09:22 PM
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I was driving through town earlier and there was a dodge behind me. I got in the left lane and then the light turned red infront of us. I put the window down, put it in N, and revved it a little. He looked over and kinda laughed a bit. I clicked it to Extreme, the light turned green. I didn't hammer on it, but it was enough to get some quealage from the tires. I was ahead of him a bit, his front bumper was about even with my rear, then i heard his turbo spool, so I hammered it. He never made it past the back of the cab. Im not sure he floored it or not, so im not sure its a real kill or not. Either way made me feel good.
If he was feeling froggy enough to spool up next to you as you hammered it and he didn't pull on you, I'd say you took him. I doubt he was juicing it just enough to stay right behind your cab! He'd have rubbed your nose in it if he could have!

Count it as a kill.
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Old 03-25-2009, 04:25 AM
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If he was feeling froggy enough to spool up next to you as you hammered it and he didn't pull on you, I'd say you took him. I doubt he was juicing it just enough to stay right behind your cab! He'd have rubbed your nose in it if he could have!

Count it as a kill.
I agree. Who drives a diesel that would run it just hard enough to stay behind a truck of a different brand? Take any cummins kill you can claim, 7.3 vs Cummins doesnt usually turn out good for us
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