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  1. #14
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    that is awesome!!!!

    i helped my buddy put twins on his mustand a couple months ago

    haven't been able to get dyno numbers on it yet, cannot keep it from spinning on the rollers so far the highest numbers have been 942ish
    If Guns Kill People, Do Pencils Misspell Words?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An2a1...eature=related

    Before we work on artificial intelligence why don't we do something about natural stupidity?

  2. #15
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    Haven't posted in a while (been working). Just as well get caught-up and start here.

    I've already out-grown the conservative twins install. I've since added much larger 6x0.016" EDMed fuel injectors. With that, I was way over fueled. I added a Hamilton cam and custom Hellman intercooler in an effort to get more air through the engine and make best use of the additional fuel. As such, I'm down to 13.03 in the quarter (@ 6400lbs). The last dyno run presented with 447HP-822ft/lbs to the ground.






    Modding the VE injection pump now has me over fueled again. So I'm replacing the dinky HX35/Hybrid secondary with a custom S300 (62/65/14) effectively doubling the volume of charge-air over the original twin mess. (Keep in mind, I'll still be conservative as compared to many of the later Dodge/Cummins trucks at the track but then again, I'm also 1000 ~ 1500lbs lighter too).



    Looking forward to a new racing season.

    Y'all been doing alright?
    RTFM

  3. #16
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    here's my buddy's 97 12v stock turbo'd, stock housing 12V. these 12v cummins can be turned up at very low cost for HUGE gains without reliability or mileage loss.

    97 Dodge 2500 5spd 411.2 994.9




  4. #17
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    WOW! I forgot about this thread.

    I've goofed around under the hood such that the ET's down a little. Not bad for a 6400# cinder-block on 33"s. (I'm still small-fry as these things go).



    Upgraded a bunch of the charge-air stuff resulting in a little more bottom-end torque. Bigger secondary turbo, IC, cam, etc. All of which help better burn the existing fuel supplied.
    Enough that I've managed to twist the intermediate shaft in two and most recently stripped the spines of the input-shaft out of the front clutch's hub.





    Oops.

    Gonna have to beef it up more to handle the next level.



    Anybody running a hopped-up diesel work truck?
    RTFM

  5. #18
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    recently put in a ceramic button clutch in my 96 12v cummins
    NO slip ... a pita to drive .. but I like it

    purchased a big ole backhoe with a 140hp Detroit Diesel 2 cycle .... so yanked 25k+ lbs last week


  6. #19
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    So, I have a 2010 dodge ctd. I want to make it scream. Any suggestions on what upgrades I should do? I know I should go to the ctd forums for this info but thought I would get some suggestions here.

  7. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroTolerance View Post
    So, I have a 2010 dodge ctd. I want to make it scream. Any suggestions on what upgrades I should do? I know I should go to the ctd forums for this info but thought I would get some suggestions here.
    Dunno, you've got one of them weird-quiet too-many-valvers.

    Try here ~ http://www.dieseltruckresource.com/dev/index.php
    RTFM

  8. #21
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    Ya, it is quiet. The one thing I dont like about it is people ask, "Is that a diesel?"

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