Join Date: May 2005
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There was a Cummins there that laid down a corrected 611 RWHP another that laid down 1300+RWTQ with ~580RWHP.
The one that impressed me was the 92 12 valve that put down 371RWHP and 940 RWTQ!!! I think that kid had about $5,000 or so wrapped up in the WHOLE truck.
All of those Cummins trucks were impressive with their TQ to HP ratio.
There were 3 Fords, my 04 6.0 and two 2000 7.3's. Both of the 7.3's put down 219 RWHP stock. There were 4 or 5 Duramaxes. And the rest were Dodges. I believe they ran about 30 trucks through.
I'm sure with intake and exhaust I would have been over 400. Heck with cooler temps I probably would have been over 400. Yes I know, it would be a corrected 400.
One thing I noticed was the guys that had manuals would run in direct and OD the HP would stay the same, but the torque would go up. It would also come on quicker. I'm guessing because the trucks would have more load and therefore build more boost.