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Old 05-16-2009, 05:22 PM
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2 for 2 on cummins knock on wood:)

well this mis must be my week, got me a modded cummins yesterday an today a 2001 24v ext cab dually was behind me puffin smoke so i turn up the ts an give him a taste of 7.3 power an he gets over an as luck had it the light turned red an he was beside me he's got 3 guages an a exhaust an sum kind of programmer, so were spooled up the light turns green i jump him 2 lengths chirp goin into 2nd an hes bout at my rear bumper an i hit 3rd an absolutely blowed his doors off i get to bout 90 an hes at least 5-6 lenghts behind me. we get to next light an i ask what hes got: 5in tb,bully dog triple dog downloader, airraid intake, an southbend dual disc clutch.then light turns green again an hes all spooled up he takes off i punch it just sittin there an catch him bout 100ft an keep on walkin from him....... we both wave as i had to turn he was a good sport always good to have that,unlike some dodge owners out there that tell u your number one as u weld their doors shut
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Old 05-16-2009, 05:25 PM
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good job on the kill
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Old 05-16-2009, 05:52 PM
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Good kill.
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great kill, and nice truck
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While I always love hearing about a PSD getting one up on another make of truck... I'm a little leary of stories like this.

The behavior you are describing is no different (other than the scale) than some of the behavior that is threatening our diesel events around the country.

I don't want to be a buzz kill here, but what you just described could easily land you in jail, or at the very least get your at least 3 driving awards from a law enforcement officer. Unsafe start, or exhibition of power for one, participation in a speed contest for two, and excessive speed for the third. The last two would be very serious offenses.

Guys, I know how easy it is to get into these situations. I also know how much fun they can be. We have to be careful about how we act, however, due to the fact that affects the entire diesel community.

Think about it this way. When you see some guy, wearing a multi-colored leather riding coat, on a crotch rocket, splitting traffic, doing wheelies, etc, do you condemn just him, or do you think "there goes another one of those idiots street bike jerks"??
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:14 PM
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While I always love hearing about a PSD getting one up on another make of truck... I'm a little leary of stories like this.

The behavior you are describing is no different (other than the scale) than some of the behavior that is threatening our diesel events around the country.

I don't want to be a buzz kill here, but what you just described could easily land you in jail, or at the very least get your at least 3 driving awards from a law enforcement officer. Unsafe start, or exhibition of power for one, participation in a speed contest for two, and excessive speed for the third. The last two would be very serious offenses.

Guys, I know how easy it is to get into these situations. I also know how much fun they can be. We have to be careful about how we act, however, due to the fact that affects the entire diesel community.

Think about it this way. When you see some guy, wearing a multi-colored leather riding coat, on a crotch rocket, splitting traffic, doing wheelies, etc, do you condemn just him, or do you think "there goes another one of those idiots street bike jerks"??
Well said. I most definately like a good kill story too. I myself just try to take them out of the "public eye"...

Carry on...
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:24 PM
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For the most part, the only way most people know they are diesels is that if there is a diesel convention (Bowling Green). I'm not condoning his behavior by any means, but the average person hasn't a clue other than a jerk in a "bigfoot" truck. Just like I say the "idiot on the crotch rocket", and no I don't condemn them, just shake my head and go on. Live and let live.
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Sometimes you just cant resist in public especially when some dude is coming to you puffing smoke. But then again, try to keep it out of the public eye as much.
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Stock 24 valves blow the doors off my chipped obs 7.3 ALL THE TIME! huh... wierd.
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