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    Awesome burn! Nice looking truck! Thanks for the video of it!
    Eddie , 2000 Chevy Tahoe Z71 (old style)

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    so does it work on mostly drum brakes in the rear. What type of disc brakes can do this? THanks for schoolin me .

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-radical View Post
    so does it work on mostly drum brakes in the rear. What type of disc brakes can do this? THanks for schoolin me .
    well i can only speak for myself because mine are drums but i know guys with rear disc brakes that can power brake maybe some one on here can give you better answers
    1993 C-1500 TBI 5.7L auto 2wd 3.08 posi rear
    3"/6" drop 18" rims smooth roll pan and tailgate
    true dull's shorty headers 2.5" pipe no cat/no muffler


    1986 K-10 TBI 5.7L auto 4wd 4.11 3/4 rears
    12" suspension lift and 3" body lift LT18.5/44/15 TSL'S on
    15x12 steelies open long tube headers
    WORK IN PROGESS

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    Thats crazy! Nice truck
    2008 Z71 4X4
    6" BDS LIFT KIT
    KENWOOD DVD/NAVIGATION/BLUETOOTH
    20" XD-SERIES RIMS
    35" PRO COMP TIRES
    LINE-X BED LINER
    DUMP'D ON FLOWMASTERS

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    have you had your truck dynoed? I want to know what power you have at the wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealth View Post
    have you had your truck dynoed? I want to know what power you have at the wheels
    sorry never dynoed not sure power would def like to know for myself what it's puttin down

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-radical View Post
    Veryy Nice! How do you keep from taking off? From what i understand its a special transmission that lets you hold the brakes or something. How are the rear brakes affected by this?
    I think what you are talking about is a trans brake, and that is designed to load up the car/truck for max HP/torque off the line, however in this case a trans brake would not work as no tires move when the trans brake is activated

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