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The 2.5 and Limited Pro Stock classes of Diesel Sled Pulls are probably the most popular with the crowd at NHRDA Diesel Nationals, primarily because these are trucks that are relatable...models that many in the crowd own and drive on a daily basis and can root for to make the longest pull of the day.
Congratulations to the following drivers for their pulls in each respective class:
1st Place - Eric Whitmarsh - "Strictly Business" 332.04 ft
2nd place - Aaron Powell - "High Rollin" 330.02 ft
Limited Pro Stock Class
1st Place - Vanessa Hyndman - "Uncommon" 342.01 ft
2nd Place - Jim Greenway - "MBRP Ballie Diesel" 341.03 ft
3rd Place - Buck Hyndman - "Ready 2 Rumble" 333.11 ft
For more information, visit http://www.nhrda.com/homepage.php
NHRDA Diesel Nationals - Texas Motorplex - Ennis, TX 9/30-10/1/2016.
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Torque monsters huh. They all pulled down and pissed out.Look at an actual torque chart graph. The Cummins in line peaks at a small point. They talk their crap about getting below the turbo but it really just shitted out. Put that against the powerstroke v8s and look how they produce across the board. Without severe modifications the Cummins suck! I'm sure plenty of people are going to talk shit, but the only in line six I have that produce at stock is my Ford 7.8 at my DT 466 internationals with the same fuel systems as the powerstrokes.The Cummins suck in my medium duty trucks. Won't pull on the low end or the high. Work world my powerstokes out perform day in and day out. Even the 6.0 that all the Cummins boys talk crap about with all it's problems still will kick a Cummins ass while it's kicking.Look at the 2016 and 2017 diesel challenge and see what time it is. I will take my 7.3s and 6.7 and get the work done.
If been watching pulls for hours now and came to a conclusion... duramax either blows up at the beginning or locks up at the end.... WTF, at least the powerstrokes drive back home at the end of the night(im a cummins fanboy personally with addition of international 360 and 466)
there's a stop of some sort on the trailer they are hauling in the competition; the faster they go the faster the "stop" slides to the bed of the truck; it adds weight as it moves but also provides a safety to prevent overhauls on the engine and transmissions so they dont founder
+Pete Fehr Proof that more of one type competing has a higher average of doing better. Yep. Be happy with your stuff. I've watched them fail over and over and the Ford's get done what the others can't for over 45 years. And for the jerk part that came out of you. When I referred to the trucks as babies, that just means you become familiar with it's quirks.
+Everett Crawford well talk all you want this video is proof of mass majority tow rigs out there guy brings one shitty powerjoke and the rest is the famous DODGE CUMMIMS so no need to even argue no more have a good life with your jokers Piece ✌
+Pete Fehr . That's a joke. Read my previous comments. They are facts from experience. I've worked in shops also. And there may be more of them in shops. When they do the majority of the abuse work then you will work on them. Fact is Dodge or Chevy has never made a truck that will come close to Ford's concerning dependability or ability. And I know my truck is steel. I don't like dumb smartass's. Take your Chevy out of the garage and carry your wife to eat. Piece of shit chevy 2500 and 3500 s will bend tie rod ends driving across a cow trail. And dodges fall apart when you put a hired hand in it. Keep stating foolish words. I tell you what the facts are.
+Everett Crawford your baby is a human not some hunk of steel i worked in a macanic shop and over 50 percent of the income were fords just not as durable as chevy and dodges not saying there bad trucks just saying fords more problematic
Do all sled pull diesels need this device or is this just a owner installed thing? I tried looking it up, but couldn't find much info. *edit: Looks like I spoke too soon. It is an air cut off device. From the NHRDA rule book: "Air Shutoff's required- consisting of (1) cable to the rear of the truck to be operated by the sled, and
also a cable inside the driver's compartment " Cool. This should almost be something that all diesels have.
Reminds me of a kid.. when we what sneak in under the fence at the Erie County Fair, I think it was Spanky's stunt driving show... in they actually had tractors in the ones.with the four five gas motors on them. FUCK I'M OLD.
Excrt420 Fam they have a weight on the trailer that starts towards the back where the axles are... ( the area you normally load something on a trailer is over the axles)...as the truck pulls the trailer the weight moves forward which then takes the weight from the trailer and puts it all on the back of the truck which makes it harder to pull... same problem with tug of war with trucks when you have something pulling downward on a lifted truck it's harder to pull than if it were the same height...