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what does it take (specificly) to get this out of a 12V? For racing and daily driving.

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Lots of money lol

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A large inheritance and 2 paper routes. Specific enough? :

Can't help ya Charlie on the 12 valve.

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Anyone feel free to add to or correct this as you see fit.

drugs or fuel? I'd say you could probably do it with a set of 12v mach 4's from F1, a peirs stoopid pump or schied 913 race pump, A cam, studs, orings and a set of twins. That should get you really close at least, if not within. Price tag, with an auto built to take it, probably 15k in mods. You could probably do it, with a 215pump with stock barrels and plungers, if you did custom or Laser Cut Dv's, mach 4's, had the AFC rack modified and had the flow rating bumped up,(or whatever they do to it) have this done by a fuel shop. Add a big single, studs, orings, water/meth and nitrous, plus the trans and you should be close. Of course you'll need to do timing for either of these set ups as well.

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May not be a bad idea for ceramic coated pistons, if you want to use it in competition. May need fly-cut pistons for a cam sutible for racing.

I think with starting with a stock 913 pump and having the CCs maxed out, with a #0 plate and 3 or 4k GSK, would be enough to handle that power level. DDP 4 or F1 injectors.

Probably a set of twins to help make it more streetable. Lag would probably suck with a big single on the street. IIRC, Joe Donnelly was making ~800hp with a single on his '97 Ram.

And add most of the other stuff Sean mentioned.

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13mm pump, 66 turbo, O-ring, choice of injectors, head studs, lower compression marine pistons, tuning, tranny.. You could do it on the cheap by modifying your existing pump, O-ring, 62-66 turbo, choice of injectors, head studs, nitrous, tuning, and tranny. The first would be a more dependable setup. It would cost several thousand more though.

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913-887 pump, S300 66mm/71mm-14cm, DDP 3-4's and some tuning. Easy on the 13mm plunger-barrels guys, 600+hp has been done with a 215hp pump, SPS 66, and 370's with the right pistons.
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If my info is correct, Garmon has tuned a couple of trucks with 160 pumps that are very competitive in the 12.0 index class.. That would put them right up there in HP as well..

94 dodge 2500 11.52 1/4 mile

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Sold-06 Dodge 2500 2wd standard cab shortbed. 11.17 on street tires. 131.7mph quarter.

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Old trucks = 99 stroke, 03 dmax (13.7's in 03), 3rd gen pro street 12 valve (never made a full pass), 2003 dodge 1500 12 valve 2wd(12.16 on 20's). 05 dodge 3500-13.04
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Steve Long at the Spring Smokin' laid down some very impressive numbers on Dunbars dyno. He had at the time a 160 pump with stock delivery valves and a Sled Puller 66 for a turbo. I am pretty sure Jeff Garmon had done some work on his truck.

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Ive seen some of those trucks up near fort worth or weatherford area in texas. I know its a long drive but there are alot of old skool dodges up there. I got a 12v myself and i love it. i took the wastegate off and the smoke is unreal.
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