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Old 12-11-2012, 03:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Why does anyone need dual fuelers or a 13mm ppumps? You cant use all the fuel for a 2.5 truck anyways so why waste the money on the extra cp3 or bigger ppump. Like i said at the meeting if people are into pulling they have modded there pumps is some way shape or form to get more fuel. If anyone thinks they need all that fuel to pull stock or 2.5 needs to be kicked in the head for wasting money and time. I know you pulled stock for how long Dan on just a modded single pump if i remember right and your truck ran great.
And like its been said this class is made for people trying to get into pulling. If you think you need to build a motor for 2.5 your wasting you time and money and should just build it for 2.6

As for the 6.4 fords as long as they dont touch there stock twin turbo it should be allowed to pull in 2.5
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Old 12-11-2012, 05:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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There are no rules against spending money, that is up to the individual. Welcome to truck pulling. Someone will always push the limits of the rules. If the class was meant to be a starter class there should be more rules put in place to keep it that way, sucks but that is the way it is.
That is why the rule on the pump is there and the turbo...you must have missed that. I think I may know just a little bit about truck pulling.
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Old 12-11-2012, 05:53 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Stock class is for people getting their feet wet. 2.5 is the next 2.6 class and unlike back when I pulled stock class with my truck back in 2009 530hp is not gonna cut it anymore. Air is what limits power. I don't see a sanctioned 2.5 class being a cheater class, but more of a battle of the wallets just like every other class. You have better teching and rules to follow. So if one can get enough fuel from a modded single pump to max out the air provided then why can't a guy have dual pumps if air is the major limiting factor? Why spend more money if you don't have to? Same end result.
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That is why the rule on the pump is there and the turbo...you must have missed that. I think I may know just a little bit about truck pulling.
Single pump doesn't limit power if bigger singles are available. The turbo rule limits the power.
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Stock class is for people getting their feet wet. 2.5 is the next 2.6 class and unlike back when I pulled stock class with my truck back in 2009 530hp is not gonna cut it anymore. Air is what limits power. I don't see a sanctioned 2.5 class being a cheater class, but more of a battle of the wallets just like every other class. You have better teching and rules to follow. So if one can get enough fuel from a modded single pump to max out the air provided then why can't a guy have dual pumps if air is the major limiting factor? Why spend more money if you don't have to? Same end result.
Not talking about any other club this is about south west. I can pretty much bet that Guy had stock trucks in mind for the this class over someone like you going out and putting some clipped S-junk on heathers truck and then complain about how it is legal. 2.5 workstock is the biggest cheater class out there. I know that air limits power and not fuel but there is this strange thing that comes in a bottle that you can add all the air you want to a motor. If you cant get enuff fuel out of a single stock pump then you might want to find a differnt tuner. Guy has the kids of this sport in mind not people with shops and guys that are to scared to jump up a class. If it comes down to it I willl throw some spare parts at a truck and come pull again. With one stock pump....hell i will even let my sister drive to make it even.
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Like I said before it's a sanctioned class so clipped chargers and giggle gas would get you thrown out. Since the class is going to be teched and not just a run what you got and hope you brought enough. Heather wants to pull work stock. I don't want to build another 2.6 truck to compete against myself with.
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I'll gladly build a motor and stay in work stock, I don't really care. This is a sport I really truly enjoy and I'll do whatever I want to put myself in the top within my class. Also, I wouldn't want to jump into 2.6. Dan has that area covered and I'd rather see him doing well and see myself do well in another class.

Those of us who want to spend our money how we want are damned if we do, and damned if we don't. Single pump or dual pumps I don't really care. I'll still show up and do what I can to the best of my truck's ability without breaking any of the sanctioned rules for the class.
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Klar is going 2.5. Anyone want a twin fueler? Trade for a huge single pump?
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It wouldn't matter if Klar ran twin fuels or modded cp3 his truck would run the same in the 2.5 class. The insta-foam truck is just afraid to run with the big boys, atleast thats just my opinion.
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It wouldn't matter if Klar ran twin fuels or modded cp3 his truck would run the same in the 2.5 class. The insta-foam truck is just afraid to run with the big boys, atleast thats just my opinion.
I told myself to stay out of this then you had to go and post that.....



I am still amused how so many people think you need huge fuel to make power especially at the 2.5 / 2.6 level.

Built motors in 2.5 work stock??? Some of you guys should lay off the drugs. If you do not have the ability to make a 2.5 truck run and stay together on one pump I would look in different avenues of a hobby. You will have a lot more money in your pocket at the end of the day.

Next it will be clipped wheels, water injection, hand throttles, Fuel Cells, Draw bar hitches and Water to Air..... I see this snowball effect happening all to often anymore.

Work stock single pump non clipped wheel no stepped covers 2.5 must protrude, no nitrous and run it. This will be a true battle of who knows how to get a truck down the track rather then throw money at it and make more power because you lack at vehicle setup.

This is intended to be a 550-700hp class do some research there is plenty of trucks doing this on one pump with mild modifications.


If you open it up to dual pumps big fuel etc. you are going to have a pool of tears and finger pointing going around on who is cheating. EX: There is no way I just got beat by that guy its a stock 6.4 powerstroke and I am running dual CP3's on my 700 hp Duramax. He must be running nitrous or cheating somehow you cant make power with a Ford unless you spray.


Good luck with this one! Still laughing at your comment Guy Sorry would have liked to made the trip north but we where busy at the shop doing a little testing for this new work stock class..... POKE
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