Low compression = big boost. :surprisedCmeFly said:1/8 mi. 7.19 sec. @ 100.2Mph
1/4 mi. 11.24 sec. @ 120 Mph
1995 F350 XLT 4X4 CC LB SRW Built E4OD by BTS with Baumannator controler. 12 valve Cummins with ported head, Piers race pump & Camshaft, 370 injectors, twin [email protected] 95psi boost 800 rwhp on #2 only 4.10's, Detroit locker, 36" PJ dirtgrips.
He has a twin turbo setup and runs 100lb of boost
That is pasted from another site!!
100lbs of boost!!! is that possible!!!
it is diesel...thats what cummins makes.... and yes propane is good on a diesel motor ....there is a truck like that running around columbus....he's broken alot of driveline parts...i'll see if i can find more info on the one in my areaBubbleHead said:It's most likely a diesel truck from the posted boost and the black exhaust. 100 lbs of boost sounds crazy but considering the compression ratio of a standard diesel motor, I'm sure it could be done. I'm wondering if it's a specially prepped block.
Patrick, if it is a diesel, it would run propane vice nitrous. Propane has the same effect on diesel motors as nitrous does on gas motors. Not sure if you knew that.
That truck is the ULTIMATE sleeper... 11 sec 1/4... :surprised :thumbsup: