LoveThisTruck
Last Activity:
Mar 8, 2014
Joined:
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Birthday:
Jul 21, 1986 (Age: 33)
Location:
Fort Campbell
Occupation:
Blackhawk crew chief

LoveThisTruck

New Member, 33, from Fort Campbell

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LoveThisTruck was last seen:
Mar 8, 2014
    1. Stupuff
      Stupuff
      Hey Brad, Still having issues with this truck. just wanted to ask u a couple questions:

      how much boost did u normally have?
      what were some typical wideband readings? (under load/idle/de-cell)

      Thanks.
    2. phxpoolguy
      phxpoolguy
      Whats up Brad? How are things going?
    3. ccfeyh
      ccfeyh
      Hey Brad, how's things? Been real busy with the MOPAR Club up here, just had an awesome car show called Creepy Cruise, you had to decorate your car for Halloween, kids costume contest, had over 1000 kids show up. Made the front page of the newspaper, city jumped on it and it now going to be one of the sponsors. It was a great time.
    4. phxpoolguy
      phxpoolguy
      Whats up Brad? whats your plan now that you sold the truck?
    5. ccfeyh
      ccfeyh
      Hey,

      How ya been? I been so friggin busy lately, got elected as President of the local MOPAR Club and these folks are making me work. Roni says Hi.
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    Birthday:
    Jul 21, 1986 (Age: 33)
    Location:
    Fort Campbell
    Occupation:
    Blackhawk crew chief
    Ride:
    04 SRT10
    Engine type and displacement:
    8.3L
    Induction:
    S/C
    Major modifications:
    ROE
    Tranny type:
    Manual
    Tires:
    Slicks
    Race weight:
    5300
    Horsepower:
    655.0
    60 foot time:
    1.888
    1/8 Mile ET:
    7.894
    1/8 Mile MPH:
    92.03
    1/4 Mile ET:
    12.141
    1/4 Mile MPH:
    116.70
    Track Name:
    Fontana
    I wanna go fast

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