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Old 01-27-2007, 11:38 AM
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1000+hp d-max

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Old 01-27-2007, 11:53 AM
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Do you see the guy called McRat with the first response?

Yeah, I clean his swimming pool... Small world...

1000 HP/ 2000 Ft. Lbs is pretty wild. It's reflective of how the V-8 puts out more horsepower per foot pound; a P-Pumped Cummins with 2000 foot pounds is putting out 800 horsepower?
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Old 01-27-2007, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by iker42 View Post
No Dyno sheet? No Pics? Nothing.... btw our trucks putting down 2500 hp....cough cough
Oh, nice freakin' trolling iker. Grow up.
You should be ashamed of yourself. I don't doubt their numbers for a second.



On another note, this dyno event was three miles from my house. If I drive out there now I could probably get some pictures for you...
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Old 01-27-2007, 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Begle1 View Post
It's reflective of how the V-8 puts out more horsepower per foot pound; a P-Pumped Cummins with 2000 foot pounds is putting out 800 horsepower?
Or does the Cummins just put out more lb-ft per hp?
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Old 01-27-2007, 12:07 PM
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Originally Posted by iker42 View Post
thats all i ask for is a dyno sheet...jeeze no trolling involved
As far as I could tell, you registered just to annoy people in their time of success by saying that you don't respect their "maxipad" because it isn't a Cummins. They all obviously have very high levels of skill, money and effort into their trucks, you don't need to show your ignorance by countering 1,000 HP by making fun of their truck's names and saying that it won't be as reliable as a Cummins.

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Or does the Cummins just put out more lb-ft per hp?
HP is what gets you down the track; torque is what breaks drivelines as you try to leave the Christmas tree.
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Old 01-27-2007, 12:11 PM
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Or does the Cummins just put out more lb-ft per hp?
cummins typically makes peak torque at a lower rpm. hp= tq.x rpm/5252 so if 2 trucks make 1000 ft. llbs. but one does it at a lower rpm that truck will have a smaller hp number.
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Originally Posted by summit889 View Post
cummins typically makes peak torque at a lower rpm. hp= tq.x rpm/5252 so if 2 trucks make 1000 ft. llbs. but one does it at a lower rpm that truck will have a smaller hp number.
I'll 2nd that...
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Originally Posted by summit889 View Post
cummins typically makes peak torque at a lower rpm. hp= tq.x rpm/5252 so if 2 trucks make 1000 ft. llbs. but one does it at a lower rpm that truck will have a smaller hp number.
Well, there's a little more to it than that. To a certain extent, peak torque and peak hp are independant. It was meant as a joke...
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Congrates to the D-Max crew and their great numbers.

Was that number with the stock internals?
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Originally Posted by 79warlock View Post
Well, there's a little more to it than that. To a certain extent, peak torque and peak hp are independant. It was meant as a joke...
I'm gonna have to disagree with you on that....Horsepower and torque are directly related. Horsepower is calculated from torque at a certain RPM, and they are both ALWAYS equal at 5252 RPMs
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Originally Posted by Andy505 View Post
I'm gonna have to disagree with you on that....Horsepower and torque are directly related. Horsepower is calculated from torque at a certain RPM, and they are both ALWAYS equal at 5252 RPMs
I know how hp is calculated. The shape of the torque curve is going to have more impact on the peak hp then what rpm the peak torque occured at. If the torque curve is more flat, then you will have higher peak hp numbers. If the torque curve starts falling off after peak torque you will have lower hp numbers.
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We really need to see the dyno because, at this point, we are just guessing where that truck starts making it's torque.
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Originally Posted by Mike D View Post
Congrates to the D-Max crew and their great numbers.

Was that number with the stock internals?
Crower Rods, non-oem pistons, CNC ported head, and some Don M sticks....at least that's what was posted on Comp Diesel!

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1000 + HP D-max

That is just freekin incredable! Congrates to to all involved.

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Originally Posted by Begle1 View Post

1000 HP/ 2000 Ft. Lbs is pretty wild. It's reflective of how the V-8 puts out more horsepower per foot pound; a P-Pumped Cummins with 2000 foot pounds is putting out 800 horsepower?
I thought Mad dog put down something like 994/1800, if that is the case, then this Duramax has more torque per hp, then Maddog's Cummins. I am sure my memory is distorted. Let me know.
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