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Old 10-28-2012, 10:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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SWWI Pullers Annual Rules Meeting and Party Dec 8th.

SWWI Pullers Annual Rules Meeting & Party will be Dec. 8th at 3:00 p.m at the Country Gardens in Soldiers Grove. Next year we will have a 2.5 work stock class. If you would like to have input on this or any other classes try to attend this meeting. Dinner will follow the meeting. Member and guest will be free and non members will $15 a plate...D.J will play at 8:30.
I want to Thank Everyone for supporting SWWI Pullers this year and helping us grow!
Try to rsvp me if you plan to attend. Our email is sgtauto@mwt.net or call me at 608-632-3178
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Dan and I will be there. Looking forward to it
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Dan and I will be there. Looking forward to it
Glad you can make it..should be fun for all!
If you know any other pullers invite them to come.
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Me and my wife will be there.
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I would like to thank everyone for attending our SWWI Pullers meeting last night. I believe fun was had by all. Three years ago when I started this we had eight people at a table trying to come up with a plan and last night we had over 80 pullers, their friends and spouses. To show my support for the pullers and friends we had open bar from 3-5 and prime rib and lobster dinner. Some of the changed that we made is: our 466 tractor class is now allowing p-pump and 3in. charger. The charger is a non clipped wheel and no step covers, map groove is allowed but no larger than .200. I'm sure my tractor guys can post more details.
Diesel trucks: We added a 2.5 hot street class. There will be no twin fuelers, no hanging weights, and a true 2.5 charger. Kill switch, drive shaft loops, helmet, and fire jacket are required. Also no duels except factory duels with stock sized tires. Class weight is 8,000lbs.
Thanks again everyone. If you have any questions about joining SWWI Pullers or have an interest in booking us for an event call me. 608-632-3178
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:18 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I wanted to bring an issue I see to discussion. For the 2.5 class the majority did not want dual cp3 pumps on the CR trucks. The argument was if P pumps can't have Ag govs then CRs should not be allowed to have dual CP3s. This restriction on P pumps just limits the RPM, but does not limit the fueling. There are built Auto govs that will full fuel to 5500+rpm which is way too high for a true 2.5 charger to support anyway, but they can still run a 12 or 13mm pump and have unlimited fuel at their disposal. On the CR side if you upgrade your injectors you'll have to upgrade you CP3 setup to get the most out of your injectors. The way I see it is there are built single pumps that will support more fuel than the 2.5 charger will need, but are more costly than a twin cp3 kit. A twin kit is $2,350 retail or $1,400 with out pump. If you have a good pump laying around you're in business. Good built single pumps range from $2,300 to $3,000. In the end you get the same horsepower result. So why make the CR guys spend more money if they don't have to? Twin pumps are also easier to tune, longer lasting, and more streetable than a big single. Also if you pull a Ford CR there isn't a really good single pump out there that has longevity and output that one would desire. So with that said what does everyone else think? Air is what limits power and I don't want to spend more money than I have to. If there's no fuel limit for the P pump trucks then the CR trucks should be allowed to run dual cp3s.

Also one other thing that was not discussed was class jumping. I think if both classes are at the same pull then one should not be allowed to jump from 2.5 to 2.6. However if the event just has the 2.6 class then I think it's fine for a 2.5 truck to jump in if he wants.

Last but not least the factory 6.4 twin turbo trucks weren't brought up for 2.5. Should they have to rid of the twin turbos and put a 2.5 single on even if they are factory? Some clubs require the atmospheric charger to be stock, but the small charger can be upgraded.

Just to be clear I'm voicing my opinion for the 2.5 rules for Heather's truck since I'll be the one working on it. My puller is staying in 2.6.
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I agree with everything Dan has said which is why I let him post. I would like to see what everyone else has to say on this subject. Other than the issues concerning the fueling, and twin charger 6.4s, I have no problem with the rules voted upon. With that being said, the meeting was fun and the dinner provided by Guy & Country Gardens was spectacular. Looking forward to the 2013 season.
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A stock LBZ pump should be able to handle the fuel needs of a work stock truck. Work stock is meant as a start for guys and girls to start pulling. You start opening that up with twin pumps that cost less then a modded pump your just opening it up for cheating. Work stock is and always has been the biggest cheater class out there. I know of 3.0 trucks and a mod truck that run two stock pumps and they have enuff fuel. So a work stock truck that has a true 2.5 or a stock charger on it should be just fine. It is just a starter class if people want to spend all this money then jump to 2.6. should be pretty simple. Guy wants this glass to let any joe blow pull. When you start "building" trucks for the class it is time to jump up. This is going to be the class in witch the biggest cheater wins... might have to get bottles back out again i think they will fit in the new truck...
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A stock LBZ pump should be able to handle the fuel needs of a work stock truck. Work stock is meant as a start for guys and girls to start pulling. You start opening that up with twin pumps that cost less then a modded pump your just opening it up for cheating. Work stock is and always has been the biggest cheater class out there. I know of 3.0 trucks and a mod truck that run two stock pumps and they have enuff fuel. So a work stock truck that has a true 2.5 or a stock charger on it should be just fine. It is just a starter class if people want to spend all this money then jump to 2.6. should be pretty simple. Guy wants this glass to let any joe blow pull. When you start "building" trucks for the class it is time to jump up. This is going to be the class in witch the biggest cheater wins... might have to get bottles back out again i think they will fit in the new truck...
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.
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