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    Default Scheid diesel drag cummins engine




    Just another 12V Cummins

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    The link isnt posted..
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    Ya theres noth in the post but he did mention a 12-valve cummins. The 12-valve cummins is very buget friendly motor. Modified injector pump, intake, and straight pipe it and you got a beast for what it is. Its still no duramax.
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    link didn't work.
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    maybe now?
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    Its a pretty sweet set-up. I love diesels. Thers not much better than dumpn the clutch and fillin up the road with a cloud of black smoke.

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    Its hard to beat thats for sure. I'd rather have a duramax anyday but that big turbo on that twin turbo setup was bigger than my steering wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntbush83 View Post
    Its hard to beat thats for sure. I'd rather have a duramax anyday but that big turbo on that twin turbo setup was bigger than my steering wheel.
    Your right, hes got some massive blowers on that cummins. When it comes to turbos, i love sequential turbos. Since its 2 turbos that share a common housing and shaft. Its made of one smaller turbine and one larger one, where the smaller one feeds the larger one. The smaller one spools up extremely fast giving you quick, peppy low-end until the larger one reches full speed. When the larger one reaches full speed, it gives you motor a freight-train like top-end. Sequential turbos give you a wide, seamless powerband.

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