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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-27-2006, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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Who's truck is that in the beginning, the one with 2 stacks? Is that Watson's old truck?
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I've never seen 2 stacks out the hood like that, but i'm not sure whos truck it is.

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yup thats watsons old truck
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yup thats watsons old truck
Thanks Joe.

Whats the deal with the little stack? i can't figure it out:sofa
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Thanks Joe.

Whats the deal with the little stack? i can't figure it out:sofa

It is owned by some Miller guy it has a powerstoke ( kinda) engine but has been converted to run a inline 8 cyclinder p-pump for fuel.
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its not watsons old truck
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Fordt, the small stack is for a divorced wastegate setup. It bleeds off exhaust before the small turbo to reduce exhaust backpressure. Some guys re-route theirs right back into the pipe feeding the large turbo so they can control how hard it's working and some just vent it into the atomosphere. It's just a measure to make sure the small tubo doesn't get over spun.

The trucks impressive. Looks like it needs some tuning though.
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Did the last truck use nitrous?
Sure sounds like the others until he got into it, then it seems to gain some serious rpm's and a heck of a lota ground speed.
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No NOS.

The truck with the 2 stacks is Ben Millers out of Brown, County Indiana.
7.3L V8 Ford block with inline pump.

This should be sending shockwaves through the powerstroke world. There aint no one even close to what he has in the PS world.
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That sounds like and interesting set up? It's funny, I was looking at a dumptruck this weekend that had an inline 8 pump and I thought it would work good on a new Powerstroke engine. Looks like someone had the same thought:Thumbup:
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