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awesome!! Love the backwards Napa hat and zoomies! It just yells "take me out and thrash on me!!" Where are you racin' next (I gotta see this)?
 

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More Zoomies www.ramtuff.net
I think I seen this rig at the Ground Pounders weekend at the lafarge pit a few years ago-truely a wild weekend of stompin' & hillclimbs !!
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very cool ;D
 

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BAD A#$ RIDE!!!!!!!! Jamm
 

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New video on how to split a 727 transmission case getting huge air in a Ramcharger!! @ www.ramtuff.net under video sections.
 

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B A D A S S!!!!!

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nice truck but...............

............ what the hell made you do that to your exhaust? you cant even drive that thing around people without blasting them in the face with red hot exhaust. ???
 

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how do you like them tires i got me a set and have not had a chance to play with em yet. THanks Jay
 

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Sorry guys been away for a while.
Well Honkey_ Tonk I ran the tires last season and they worked very well. I used 35x12r15 for the show n shines and 235-75r15 for comp. I know you are thinking who uses such a small tire?? Well with the gears I run and the short tracks indoor you need the extra power!!

And to Full Size, More flow,more power. I run under closed conditions and people are a good ways back from the truck when I run. Besides It sounds really loud and chases off the competition.

We finished first six times out of seven last year so I think we are doing ok!!!
 

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wow thats an awsome looking RC
 

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Congrats going out to C&C Racing for placing first in the Calgary Monster Jam 2003 street warrior shoot out!! It was nice to see a Dodge on top where it should be!!!
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Those pipes look crazy enough to be a reason to do it. But in all actuality, Other than going maximum RPM at full speed, pipes like that will actually take away direct torque, there is a percentage of back pressure needed to make higher amounts of torque increasing acceleration from a stop or slower speeds. So for trucks/off road vehicles and such should always have some back pressure. In fact there is a race team down here I often get help from, They race only Mopars and that is the only reason why I know them. Even on there drag racers they putt slight cups at the tips to give a little bit of back pressure and have noticed better 1/4 mile time. But your method must intimidate the rest so go for it ;D I have also confirmed this with a custom exhaust shop around here. A similar comparison (But Different) is why Dual Plane Intakes give more torque than single plane intakes and also would be recommended for a heavier vehicle.
 
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