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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 09:48 PM
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KEM, I also found this on your YouTube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmYlRfSo8TA

Please tell me this is real?!?!
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Dyno?
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KEM, I also found this on your YouTube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmYlRfSo8TA

Please tell me this is real?!?!
It was up on jack stands so I can safely test the road speed limiter!

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Wow, the needle moving that quickly would be sick! The acceleration of a fighter jet.

Ford definitely did their homework on these trucks. Good job Mike.
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Wow, the needle moving that quickly would be sick! The acceleration of a fighter jet.

Ford definitely did their homework on these trucks. Good job Mike.
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the first video doesnt look that impressive just allot of wasted fuel in my opinion....

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I think the DPF is bad!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGam_x85gIs

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What a tease when there aren't any tuners available for the 6.7 Powerstroke yet.








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What a tease when there aren't any tuners available for the 6.7 Powerstroke yet.








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I saw the truck run at the track last night.... I was only able to catch one very slow pass though... My bone stock truck ran faster than the pass that I saw Hopefully they'll post up some of the better times they ran at the NHRDA drags.

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I saw the truck run at the track last night.... I was only able to catch one very slow pass though... My bone stock truck ran faster than the pass that I saw Hopefully they'll post up some of the better times they ran at the NHRDA drags.
We ran a 15.9 at 80mph the other 2 stock trucks ran 16.1 and 16.2 at 83mph.Our 60ft was 2.0 the stock trucks were 2.2. It was very hot with about 100% humidity.We returned our truck to stock and it ran 16.4 so our truck must be slower than most stock.Our tuning for the 6.7 is still in r&d.We only got to make 2 runs and we needed a comparison to stock so we only got to run our street file.Which in our truck did pick up a half second.
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