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H&S Hot Damn 6.4 29 93.55%
Looney Tuned 6.0 2 6.45%
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Old 03-11-2012, 12:19 PM
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H&S 6.4 vs Looney Tune 6.0?

Got a buddy that just got his 6.0 studded and all that with the Looney Tune. He's lifted on 38's...and still thinks he can wax my H&S Tuned Hot Damn Tuned 6.4 that just has a leveling kit on 33's. I can probably guess the outcome of this poll...but just thought I'd get yall's opinion so I can prove to him he's crazy...LOL So what ya think???
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Old 03-11-2012, 12:36 PM
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i have a 6.0 with the looney and its fast but you will more then likely embaress him let alone beat him... idk how the hot damn compares to the spartan 310 but when i raced a spartan 310 6.4 he beat me so bad it didnt look like we were racing haha
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Old 03-11-2012, 12:49 PM
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Yeah what he said. You could run a low hp tune and still beat him, the lift is what is really gonna kill that guy. If both trucks were on 33's it would be a closer race but the 6.4 is stupid fast.
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Bump!!!!!
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I was gonna vote for the 6.0 so it wouldn't look so lonely...





haha well I still love my 6.0 but the 6.4 is faster of course
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Youve got him Ben. Those 38s will hurt him bad.

not to mention the hot damn dynos roughly 520rwhp
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Youve got him Ben. Those 38s will hurt him bad.

not to mention the hot damn dynos roughly 520rwhp
The dyno sheet on H&S's website shows 587hp! Either way...it's insane. But I can't wait til they open the track back up here so I can shut him up once and for all.
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