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I Smoked a Stang, Vette, Bimmer...

 
Edward A. Sanchez
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Posted: 09/13/07 11:13 AM

Post your stories here about how your truck smoked a sports car, other truck, or other formidably powerful and fast vehicle. Bragging allowed.  Smile  

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5569
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Posts: 328
Joined: 09/06
Posted: 09/13/07 01:44 PM

ok, if that EVER happens for me, I'll definitely be hittin' up this Thread again. Until then, I'll just live through the stories I hear here. :-)  

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ekimball
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Joined: 05/07
Posted: 09/13/07 02:29 PM

my good friend had a ram with a hemi, he was always way too hammered to drive so he would let me drive it, I wouldn't say I smoked any vettes, or porsches, but that thing could haul some serious ass. I can't even imagine the hurting you could put on people in a Ram SRT10...  

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truckmod75
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Posted: 09/13/07 03:08 PM

Well, this is a second-hand account, but I saw a wicked-fast TrailBlazer SS that ran about an 11-second quarter. It sounded like a Funny Car, too. Purty impressive.  

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reddedsilvy05
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Posted: 04/09/08 10:44 AM

lets see i smoke my buddies mustang gt haha and an rx-8, and a handful of f-150's thats all i can think of off the top of my head  

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Edward A. Sanchez
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Posted: 04/09/08 10:57 AM

redd, what all do you have done to your truck?  

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reddedsilvy05
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Posted: 04/09/08 11:37 PM

as far as performance i have simple stuff, custom exhaust (what i mean by custom is, the guy i went to designed his own muffler and everything), superchips, not much but they made a HUGE difference in my 5.3, the exhaust surprised me more then anything  

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silent_orchestra
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Posts: 59
Joined: 01/08
Posted: 04/10/08 08:35 AM

The only things I've raced with my Chevroldsmobile(425 Olds in a '94 Chevy) were a 1983 Cutlass with a BUILT 455, I was destroyed. Then my neighbors GMC Cabalerro with a blown 383, I got lucky, got him off the line and he couldn't shift fast enough to catch up. And finally I raced a Stock 1971 Cutlass F-85 442, murdered it. Ended up about 2 car lengths ahead of him, screaming down the street at about 125, the cool thing was I stopped before he did at the next red light. He went through it.  

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tough_chevy_boy7
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Posted: 09/11/08 07:22 AM

well i have a 1997 chevy and i mainly do off roading i have a 7'' lift on it and now im runnin into alot of problems with it now  
TOUGH_CHEVY_BOY

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Swain13
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Posts: 2
Joined: 02/10
Posted: 02/19/10 07:11 AM

I've smoked a 2001(or so, not sure on EXACT year) mustang with the v-6, it tried to pass me one night on a long straight stretch but once it got up beside me i gunned it, All i had was my super chip programmer tuned to the top performance level. I've also smoked all my buddy's stock trucks that have full size v-8s, such as a some silverados, and also some f-150s. the only things that I've had no chance against were some diesels, and supercharged trucks, and some nice cars. I've been pretty impressed by my truck considering I'm running 33's.  

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IMVANISHINGBREED
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Posted: 02/19/10 03:57 PM

When we were filming Fast and Furious ( the last one) my 410 hp van(only weighed 2800 pounds) smoked everyone of the tuners I raced.  
Mike Cook
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2008 Route 66 Hall of Fame Inductee

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ayalayey000
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Joined: 09/11
Posted: 09/23/11 09:13 PM

I've smoked a Mustang, a Bmw, and a bunch of rams, and f150s! Chevyyy over anything!!  

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