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Old 05-26-2006, 09:00 AM
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That is the easiest way to dissasemble a motor I have ever seen!
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Old 05-26-2006, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Kevin Hall
The 5.9L Cummins might take that when heavily modified. From the factory they run 20ish.
My 04.5 Cummins will hit 38 psi pulling 16k up a hill at 70mph on a stock tune.The 600 engines will take 50-52 psi stock with a bigger turbo.Anything above that will require head studs.
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Old 05-26-2006, 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Roofer Dave
My 04.5 Cummins will hit 38 psi pulling 16k up a hill at 70mph on a stock tune.The 600 engines will take 50-52 psi stock with a bigger turbo.Anything above that will require head studs.
Damn, that's sick. My poor 7.3 powerstroke apparenlty won't live with over 400rwhp. Those damn cummins and duramaxes are hard to beet for lots of power it seems.
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Never thought I'd see a block rip apart like that!!
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Originally Posted by JZ 97 SS 1500
Two videos of diesel classes at most of your pull events.

Tractor class......best by far

John Evans Alky tractor (right click save as)

Stock truck class is big now. Since most people can actually afford this class.

Jason stock truck custom 62mm (right click and save as)

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What's making them pop to build boost?
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Originally Posted by Roofer Dave
My 04.5 Cummins will hit 38 psi pulling 16k up a hill at 70mph on a stock tune.The 600 engines will take 50-52 psi stock with a bigger turbo.Anything above that will require head studs.
how much torque did your duramax dyno to again

edit: didnt you have a duramax, i see you have a cummins now.

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Old 05-30-2006, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Roofer Dave
My 04.5 Cummins will hit 38 psi pulling 16k up a hill at 70mph on a stock tune.The 600 engines will take 50-52 psi stock with a bigger turbo.Anything above that will require head studs.
We run sustained 60+ on our stock 03 cummins with TST, injectors, MBRP exhaust and our SSS-62, and it will be replaced in the next few weeks by our newer SSS-66.
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Originally Posted by DAPSUPRSLO
Damn, that's sick. My poor 7.3 powerstroke apparenlty won't live with over 400rwhp. Those damn cummins and duramaxes are hard to beet for lots of power it seems.
The rods will be the first thing to come sailing out of that engine..hehe
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Originally Posted by JZ 97 SS 1500
The rods will be the first thing to come sailing out of that engine..hehe
Yep, powdered metal in 2002. Apparently the 99-00 can get away with more power with their forged rods, but only 100 or so. It's probably a good thing in my case, I can only afford one money hole at a time and the camaro money hole has gotten out of hand, ha.
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Originally Posted by '02 SLP#686
That is the easiest way to dissasemble a motor I have ever seen!
Easiest yes. Cheapest, well, not if you plan on rebuilding. All I can say is dang and I need to go to a tractor pulling event again.
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